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How to Watch the 2022 Bolt and Bolt EUV Unveiling on Feb. 14

Car and Driver logo Car and Driver 2/14/2021 Roberto Baldwin
a car on display: The automaker will be teaming up with Walt Disney World to show off the two EVs on Valentine's Day. © GM The automaker will be teaming up with Walt Disney World to show off the two EVs on Valentine's Day.
  • Chevrolet will unveil the 2022 Bolt EV and Bolt EUV on February 14 with the help of Walt Disney World.
  • In a video about the news, the automaker teased an image of the back of the Bolt EUV.
  • The 2022 Bolt and Bolt EUV will be available this summer and are part of GM's huge electrification strategy.

Update 2/12/21 5:00pm ET: Chevy will stream the event on the electric vehicle portion of its site on February 14. Currently, the page is a series of teaser videos of the upcoming vehicles and a sign-up form to have the automaker contact potential customers about the Bolt and Bolt EUV.

Nothing says romance like cuddling up on Valentine's Day in front of the computer and watching two Chevy Bolts be unveiled with some help from Walt Disney World. That may be what GM was going for as it announced today that it would unveil the 2022 Chevy Bolt and 2022 Chevy Bolt EUV electric vehicles on February 14.

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The announcement was accompanied by a video of the little girl who unleashes Tinker Bell's sorcery upon the street lights of a neighborhood while sitting in the back of the Bolt EUV. Before the conclusion where the city is lit up by the magic following the Bolt EUV, the rear end of the EV is shown off. In the image, we get our best look at the tailgate and rear lights. As expected, the EUV crossover seems taller than the current Bolt. In August, GM released a silhouette teaser that shows off the relative size difference of the two upcoming vehicles.

How Disney will play a part in the unveiling isn't yet clear. The release accompanying the video does mention that the unveiling will"show how magic can take place when the imagination is electrified." So it's probably a good idea to expect a lot more Tinker Bell when the two vehicles are finally shown off in full to the public.

GM has been teasing images of the Bolt and Bolt EUV for months ahead of the February event. The automaker has been building hype not only for these vehicles but for its overall electrification plan to launch 30 new electric vehicles by 2025. The EV push even resulted in the recent redesign of the automaker's logo, which sort of looks like a plug going into a wall. GM says the blue color is meant to represent“the clean skies of a zero-emissions future.”

The 2022 Bolt and Bolt EUV are both scheduled to be available this summer.


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