2024 Chevy Equinox EV Revealed, Will Start at around $30,000
The Chevrolet Equinox compact SUV will spawn an electric variant, set to go on sale in the fall of 2023. The first images of this new model show off its sleek exterior and futuristic interior, which are a far cry from the current gas-powered Equinox. Chevy claims that it will have a starting price of around $30,000 and that it will offer LT and RS trim levels.
The only mechanical detail we have so far is that the Equinox EV will use one of GM’s Ultium batteries. There’s no word on the battery’s capacity or an estimated driving range, but we think it will need to offer around 300 miles of range to be competitive in the current EV crossover segment.
The red Equinox EV in these photos appears to be an RS model, while the silver vehicle could be an LT or Premier. Both feature large display screens inside, but the RS appears to have different interior trim including red upholstery and carbon-fiber-look trim.
Look for more details on the Equinox EV to come throughout the year as Chevy shares more specs on this upcoming electric addition to its lineup. The company also confirmed that a Blazer EV will arrive in 2023