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Aug. 26, 2020—General Motors teases the 2022 Chevy Bolt EUV which is said to have the first partially automated hands-free driving system offered by Chevy. The 2022 EUV model is priced just under $40,000. 

The EUV is three inches longer than the EV, giving backseat passengers ample legroom, reports AutoBlog. The vehicle is also getting an added 70,000 miles to its overall lifespan. The latest model is rumored to have Super Cruise, GM's hands-free driver-assist system. The Bolt EV's driving range tops out at 259 miles, but the EUV is said to go even further. 

The latest front-wheel-drive model from General Motors begins production next summer. 

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