Chevy Equinox to undercut Tesla by a good margin
The upcoming 2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV is due to have a list price of “around $30,000” in the United States, undercutting the cheapest Tesla available by a good margin.
The Equinox EV, which follows the dull naming pattern of Silverado EV and Blazer EV, is to be launched in fall 2023. It will use GM’s Ultium battery setup, which is a generation ahead of the LG batteries in the Bolt.
So far, no range or acceleration figures have been released, but GM did say there would be both retail and fleet versions, in LT and RS trim. The appearance owes far more to the Lucid Air than to most guppy-grilled cars, though it too has a massive “grille” area.
GM and Ford have been making numerous announcements; Ford has come up with imaginative names for its electric cars (Lightning, Mustang Mach E) while GM has simply appended “EV” to them. Stellantis’ strategy remains unknown, as they have announced vehicles but not final names.