Disney's Hitchhiking Ghosts Catch A Ride In The New Chevrolet Bolt EUV

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The full reveal will take place on February 14.

Over the last few months, Chevrolet has been slowly drip-feeding us teasers of the upcoming 2022 Bolt EUV, in what has to be one of the longest teaser campaigns for a new car in recent memory. We got our first glimpse at the electric SUV's silhouette last August, and now we are just a few days away from its world debut. To highlight its partnership with Walt Disney World, a new teaser video features the legendary Hitchhiking Ghosts from the Haunted Mansion ride in Disney World.

In the short 15-second family-friendly teaser, the Bolt EUV passes the Hitchhiking Ghosts, leaving them stranded at the side of the road. They then suddenly appear in the backseat to catch a ride in the EV before the teaser ends with the tagline "Everybody in."

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Chevrolet will reveal the new Bolt EUV alongside the redesigned Bolt EV with TikTok creator Nick Cho in a pre-recorded video shot on location at Walt Disney World on February 14 at 4 pm EST. No doubt we'll see other famous Disney characters interact with the electric SUV during the reveal, too.

The Bolt EV has been a strong seller, so it makes sense for Chevrolet to capitalize on its popularity with an SUV variant. Given the demand for SUVs, the Bolt EUV should be even more popular than its hatchback sibling. Technical details are still being kept under wraps, but a previous teaser image showing the interior suggests the Bolt EUV will offer a maximum driving range of 277 miles - that's 18 miles more than the 2021 Chevrolet Bolt EV.

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The same teaser image also previewed the EUV's new infotainment system featuring a new "Power Flow Screen" that lets the driver know if they are using regenerative braking and how much charge they have left. The Bolt EUV will also be the first Chevy to utilize GM's Super Cruise semi-autonomous driving technology, which was previously reserved for Cadillac models.

After the new Bolt EUV and redesigned Bolt EV debut on February 14, both EVs will go on sale this summer.

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