As the order books are set to open for the 2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV, more details on pricing, specifications, and trim levels of the new electric compact SUV have been announced. The launch will see two different 2RS versions, starting at $48,995, followed by the base model with a lower starting price of $34,995. Chevy has also increased the estimated range for the longest-range variant to 319 miles.
The 2RS launch versions of the Equinox will be available at $48,995 for the 210-hp front-wheel-drive model and $52,395 for the 290-hp all-wheel-drive version. These models will come equipped with features such as a 17.7-inch touchscreen, a power tailgate, heated front seats, and 21-inch wheels. Chevy had previously showcased the 3LT and 3RS trims, hinting at the possibility of additional higher-priced models in the future.
The base 1LT model will be released later but offers a more attractive price starting at $34,995. This price is for the front-wheel-drive model, and the additional cost for the dual-motor AWD setup has not been disclosed yet. A single battery pack option will be available for all models, with different range estimates based on the trim level, with the longest-range variant offering a 319-mile estimate.
Chevy has announced that dealerships will begin accepting orders for the launch models in early November. However, no specific timeline has been provided for when the Equinox EVs will start reaching customers. While the cheaper versions could potentially arrive in the 2025 model year, Chevy assures that the deliveries for the entire range will commence within the 2024 calendar year.