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Chevy is has been making quite a few aggressive moves with its EV portfolio and now they have just unveiled what will be one of its most important models in the transition to electric: the 2024 Equinox EV. Starting at $30,000, the Equinox EV is an answer to the critics and customers who have been waiting for a lower priced electric and it looks like the Equinox will tick all those boxes. Powered by GM's Ultium platform, the SUV is estimated to delive up to 300 miles of range and will support standard DC fast-charging at up to 150kW, which can achieve 70 miles of range in just ten minutes. 

The SUVs will be available in LT and RS trims with FWD or eAWD drive systems and will include walk-up lighting, standard 19" wheels, available 20" and 21" wheels, a hands-free liftgate, and a two-tone option with a white (LT) or black (RS) roof. It will also have an array of safety assist features, available driver assist technologies, and Super Cruise hands-free driving will also be available as well. 

The 2024 Equinox EV will be available in fall 2023. 

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