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Apart from the fact that it’s categorized as a compact crossover SUV, there isn’t a great deal the all-new 2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV has in common with the existing Equinox you see around Regina today, apart from the name. The Equinox EV is a stylish, practical, and refreshingly affordable addition to Chevrolet’s electric vehicle lineup, and it’s hard to see demand for it being anything short of massive when the first examples start landing with dealers in the fall of 2023.
When the first EVs became widely available, it’s probably fair to say that even someone with only a passing interest in the auto market would know they were something different as soon as they set eyes on them. While some people may still enjoy driving a vehicle that advertises their green credentials to everyone around them, most people want an electric vehicle (EV) that looks good, drives well and doesn’t cost the earth in more ways than one.
The all-new 2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV would be an attractive proposition regardless of what it had under the hood. The Equinox EV is instantly recognizable as a sporty, modern compact crossover SUV, with a slightly elongated side profile that doesn’t resemble a station wagon due to the high-riding SUV stance. The Equinox EV fits nicely into the Chevrolet SUV lineup with some familiar styling cues, while the lack of a conventional grille is the only thing that gives the game away that an internal combustion engine doesn’t power it.
The most affordable 1LT versions of the all-new 2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV will feature an electric motor and battery pack powering the front wheels with an estimated 210 horsepower and 242 lb.-ft. of torque. The driving range on a full charge of its battery is said to be around 400 kilometers, which is more than enough for most drivers’ daily needs. All models above the 1LT will get a larger battery pack, which will see the range extended to somewhere in the region of 480 kilometers.
Two-motor AWD versions will be available across the lineup if you’d like something with more power and capability. These will generate an estimated 290 horsepower and 346 lb.-ft. of torque, which would be impressive in a vehicle of these proportions regardless of what was fuelling it. The range of these versions will be around 450 kilometers, and that 30-kilometer reduction sounds like a small price to pay for that enticingly potent electric powertrain.
Practicality is still a concern for potential EV converts, and the Equinox EV goes a long way toward addressing such concerns. The single-motor front-drive versions of the new Chevy EV Equinox EV will offer DC fast-charging at up to 150 kW, which means you can add up to 112 kilometers of driving range to the battery pack in as little as 10 minutes. When Level 2 charging is what’s available, the Chevy’s standard 11.5-kW AC onboard charger will add around 55 kilometers for every hour it’s left to charge up.
The top-of-the-range 3RS AWD version of the 2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV is the most exciting, powerful, and capable model. The range-topper benefits from a standard 19.2-kW AC charging system that will get you 82 kilometers of range per hour of recharging at Level 2, and GM will be guaranteeing the batteries of all models for up to eight years or 160,000 kilometers, whichever comes first.
Only the headline details of the 2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV are available at the moment, but you can be sure this model will generate much excitement, and there will be a huge demand for it when they start to roll off the production line. To put yourself at the front of the line for one of these sensational new vehicles, visit RMP Chevrolet as soon as possible at Albert St. South @ Hwy 1 & 6, Regina, SK, to sign up for notifications of when reservations open. Alternatively, call us at (306) 585-1770 to register your interest so we can keep you updated.