DETROIT — The $35,000 version of the Chevrolet Equinox EV will have a 400-kilometre driving range, about the same as the cheaper Bolt EV it will effectively replace. Higher-priced trims will offer up to 480 kilometres of range, Super Cruise hands-free driving technology and a 17.7-inch touch screen.
Chevy will continue to offer the gasoline-powered Equinox, long one of Chevy's bestsellers, after the electric version arrives in 2023. The base model won't be available right away, though. Chevy will begin selling a midlevel version next fall before adding the $35,000 LT1 and four other trims — 2LT, 2RS, 3LT, 3RS — later in the same model year.