General Motors’ current lineup of electric vehicles is not limited to the Chevy Bolt EV and EUV, but includes the Chevy Equinox EV, Silverado EV, and Blazer EV. These new electric vehicles are transforming the market with their innovative designs, impressive range, and cutting-edge technology.

Chevy Equinox EV • Charging

The Chevy Equinox EV is one of the most anticipated EVs in GM’s lineup. Chevy will offer a variety of battery sizes and range estimates for the 2024 Equinox EV across its range of trim levels.

What makes the Chevy Equinox EV stand out?

For about $30,000, the entry-level 1LT model of the Equinox EV will have front-wheel drive and an EPA-rated range of 250 to 300 miles. However, if you choose the all-wheel drive format, the range will decrease slightly to 280 miles. Additionally, Chevy will offer two more LT trims, the 2LT and 3LT, and two higher-spec RS variants, the 2RS and 3RS, all with a sleek dark interior and advanced technology. Each version will provide the option to upgrade to all-wheel drive.

Prospective buyers can opt for Super Cruise, GM’s cutting-edge driver-assist feature, which enables hands-free driving on more than 400,000 miles of North American roads. Although the price varies by model, Super Cruise options typically cost around $2,200, as seen with the Chevy Bolt EUV.

The affordable 1LT and 2LT models will have 19-inch wheels, while the higher-spec 2RS will feature 20-inch wheels, and the 3LT and 3RS will come with 21-inch wheels. Keep in mind that while larger wheels provide a taller ride height, they also reduce the vehicle’s range.

Similar to other electric vehicles, the Equinox will feature one-pedal driving as standard. This allows the driver to accelerate and come to a complete stop using just the accelerator pedal. When combined with regenerative braking, one-pedal driving enables drivers to recharge the battery, thereby extending the vehicle’s range.

The front-wheel drive Equinox EV will offer 210 horsepower and 242 pound-feet of torque, while the AWD variants will pack an impressive 290 horsepower and 346 pound-feet of torque. Unfortunately, Chevy has not yet disclosed the Equinox EV’s 0–60mph acceleration time. It is known that the new clad type of battery has a higher capacity than the Bolt line.

While GM has previously stated that its Ultium-powered vehicles will offer 400-volt battery packs and up to 200kW fast-charging capability, it appears that the Equinox EV will feature a slightly smaller and less powerful architecture to keep costs down.

What About Charging Solutions for GM’s EVs?

Unlike Tesla’s Supercharger network, GM does not have its own charging stations. However, GM is currently collaborating with EVgo1 to build a comprehensive “coast-to-coast” EV charging network. The new type of internal power packs and the batteries themselves now have expanded limits.We’re keeping an eye on updated parts and specs to predict in the calculator the charge rate and range under different circumstances. We will test c Equinox top chargers for compatibility and post the rankings here. To make sure you don’t miss information, sign up for important updates on Chevy EV releases and charging equipment.

The Chevy Equinox was introduced in 2004 as a compact SUV designed to cater to the growing demand for more fuel-efficient and versatile vehicles2. Initially available in two trims, LS and LT, the Equinox has since expanded its offerings to include a range of trim levels to meet various needs and preferences. As of the third generation, launched in 2017, the Equinox has been redesigned with a sleeker exterior, improved fuel efficiency, and advanced safety features3. The recent addition of the Chevy Equinox EV to the lineup demonstrates Chevrolet’s commitment to electric vehicle innovation and meeting the evolving needs of drivers.

Chevrolet Silverado EV • Charging

The Chevrolet Silverado EV is another highly anticipated electric vehicle from GM, offering incredible power and performance. In a thrilling announcement, GM has revealed that the RST trim will feature not one, but two electric motors—one for each axle. 

What Can We Expect from the Chevrolet Silverado EV?

With a range of 400 miles, drivers of both models can expect an unparalleled experience on the road. However, the WT model’s motor setup will be slightly less powerful.

Prepare to be wowed: the RST trim of the Silverado EV will feature a driving mode that goes by the acronym WOW (Wide Open Watts). According to GM, this mode will enable the vehicle to go from 0 to 60 mph in less than 4.5 seconds. Designed with towing in mind, it can haul massive trailers up to 10,000 pounds and carry up to 1,300 pounds in its bed. (For comparison, the Ford Lightning has a payload capacity of up to 2,000 pounds and a towing capacity of 10,000 pounds.)

Taking a page from the GMC Hummer EV playbook, the Silverado EV RST will also boast four-wheel steering, making it a breeze to navigate through any terrain. It will also feature an adaptive air suspension system, ensuring that every ride is smooth and comfortable.

At first, the WT trim will be available with a towing capacity of 8,000 pounds and a payload capacity of 1,200 pounds. However, GM has confirmed that a later version of the fleet model can be equipped with a tow package that will increase the towing capacity to a jaw-dropping 20,000 pounds.

How Will Charging Work for the Chevrolet Silverado EV?

The EV Adept team can’t wait to test the charging equipment with the Chevrolet Silverado EV and determine how long it would take to fully charge at home and on public fast-charging networks. We continue to monitor the topic and will keep our subscribers informed of important GM releases.

The Chevrolet Silverado traces its roots back to 1918 when Chevrolet introduced its first pickup truck4. The Silverado nameplate, however, officially debuted in 1999 as a full-size, heavy-duty pickup truck built for work and play5. Over the years, the Silverado has earned a reputation for its robust performance, reliability, and towing capabilities. As it progressed through its generations, the Silverado saw improvements in design, powertrain, and technology, culminating in the highly-anticipated Chevrolet Silverado EV, which showcases GM’s commitment to electric vehicle technology and maintaining a competitive edge in the pickup truck market.

Chevy Blazer EV • Charging

Get ready to be electrified: the 2024 Chevrolet Blazer EV is coming in hot with four trim levels—1LT, 2LT, RS, and SS (with a police pursuit vehicle that’s only available for law enforcement). 

What Makes the Chevy Blazer EV Stand Out Among Other Electric Vehicles?

What sets it apart from other EVs is its ability to offer different drive options, including front-wheel, rear-wheel, or all-wheel drive, depending on the model.

For a starting price of $44,995, the Blazer EV 1LT is the perfect blend of affordability and sustainability. With a range of 247 miles, fast charging capabilities of up to 190 kilowatts, and an 11.5 kW AC onboard charger, it also features 19-inch wheels and full LED lighting. Meanwhile, the 2LT offers an even longer range of 293 miles, but the RS model boasts an impressive 320-mile range.

The Blazer EV SS takes things up a notch with a 290-mile range and an exhilarating Wide Open Watts (WOW) mode that allows it to go from 0-60 mph in less than 4 seconds. With a powerful 557-horsepower and 658-pound-foot powertrain, plus standard all-wheel drive, this model is a force to be reckoned with.

Get ready to make a statement with the Blazer EV SS, available in the fall of 2023 for a starting price of $65,995. Equipped with GM’s Super Cruise driver assistance technology, front Brembo brakes, 22-inch wheels, and an illuminated front light bar and Chevy bowtie, this is the ultimate electric vehicle for those who crave both style and substance.

How Will Charging Work for the Chevy Blazer EV?

Charging time predictions data will be in our calculator soon. And we and other GM adepts are waiting to test the Chevy Blazer EV at dealerships, which we’ll be sure to test with home chargers and see if the DC charger really takes 190 kilowatts. Sign up for important updates to stay informed.

From the powerful Chevrolet Silverado EV to the versatile Chevy Blazer EV, it’s clear that General Motors is making waves in the electric vehicle market. With impressive performance, innovative technology, and a variety of options for every lifestyle, there’s a GM electric vehicle for everyone. Don’t miss out on the latest news and updates on these exciting EVs—stay tuned and stay informed.

Originally introduced in 1969, the Chevy Blazer was one of the first SUVs on the market, designed to provide a rugged off-road experience with the comfort of a passenger vehicle. Throughout its history, the Blazer has undergone multiple transformations, shifting from a full-size SUV to a mid-size SUV in the late 1990s. After a hiatus, the Blazer returned in 2019 as a stylish, sporty crossover SUV, offering advanced technology and a contemporary design. The recent unveiling of the Chevy Blazer EV highlights Chevrolet’s continued dedication to blending style, performance, and sustainability in their vehicles.

Home Chargers for Chevy

While some of the specifications of the new line of cars are unverified, it is still known that the updated models have an increased power limit of the indoor unit. While the Chevy Bolt was previously limited to home chargers with a maximum amperage of 32A, the new models have an 11.5kW limit for AC and 190kW for DC. 

What does 11.5kW mean and what charger to consider right after the original Ultium Power UP? The 11.5kW will be able to provide a powerful 48A charger when connected to 240V. These units require installation, but are more reliable. As certified installers, we have the least amount of complaints about the ChargePoint Flex and Lectron V-Box models. 

If you have a NEMA 14-50 outlet you will be fine with the reliable 40 amp units, including JuiceBox 40 and Mustart 1450

If you have more than one electric car or are considering buying one soon, a dual charger like Grizzle Duo or ClipperCreek HCS-D50 is the best choice. 

Whichever of the listed EVSE you choose, these models have proven themselves among our customers and have UL certification.

Looking to the future with GM

The Chevy Equinox, Chevrolet Silverado, and Chevy Blazer have all experienced significant transformations throughout their histories, adapting to the ever-changing landscape of the automotive industry. 

Today, these EV models with fast charging continue to set the standard for their respective segments, while embracing electric vehicle technology to shape the future of transportation. With the ability to charge your Chevy at home, the dream of many not having to stop at a gas station will soon come true.

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