The all-new Equinox EV may share a name with it's gas-powered cousin, but that is about it. Releasing with limited availability in fall 2023, the Equinox EV promises to make electric affordable with an estimated MSRP of around $30,000 on the base 1LT trim. The range on the front-wheel drive 1LT is estimated to be about 250 miles. This range can be further upgraded to about 300 miles on the higher trim levels and those who select AWD should expect a slightly decreased range. Contact us about reserving yours today!
The Equinox EV will come standard with front-wheel drive. This setup will a single motor that is rated for 210hp. The dual-motor AWD configuration will output 290hp. Those who have driven an EV before will be familiar with the immediate power an electric motor delivers and shouldn't be surprised by the following performance estimates. GM says buyers can expect a 0-60 time of around 6 seconds (with eAWD) and towing of up to 1,500lbs.
Range & Charging Estimates
The base level Equinox EV comes with a smaller battery than the other trims and has an estimated range of 250 miles. The higher trim levels come with an expanded battery which GM says will deliver around 300 miles on a full charge. Models with AWD consume more power which result in the expected range to drop to about 280 miles.
All models support both Level 1 120V and Level 2 240V at home charging. Chevy estimates Level 2 home charging to add about 34 miles or range per hour of charging. Those on the go can tap into thousands of DC Fast Charge stations and can expect up to 70 miles of range in 10 minutes of charging.