With the industry-wide pivot to an all-electric future, Chevrolet has unveiled the next installment of their EV lineup with the 2024 Equinox EV for the compact SUV class which is expected to start at $30,000 and offer up to a 300 mile all-electric range.

Based on the new GM Ultium architecture, the 2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV will slot in just above the Chevrolet Bolt EV and may eventually represent the entry level for the brand after the Bolt is discontinued. Just above the Equinox EV will be the new Blazer EV revealed earlier this year.

Packing a lot of brand styling DNA, the new Equinox EV is instantly recognizable as a Chevrolet with a footprint similar to the current gasoline powered Equinox. Silhouette and lines are contemporary with sharp detail in its LED lighting design. It will feature a range of wheel sizes from 19 to 21-inches depending on the trim grade.

To be offered in the familiar stack of Chevrolet trim grades LT and RS the Equinox EV will be available with slick features like animated walk-up lighting and two-tone paint treatments on upper levels of LT and RS trim such as the top-line 3RS shown here.

The cabin will offer seating for five with a modern layout packed with technologies including an 11-inch digital instrument cluster screen and available 17.7-inch center stack infotainment screen. Features like two-tone seating trims and ambient lighting along with a head-up display can be had as well.

Entry level trims like the 1LT still get plenty of future tech too with an 11-inch infotainment screen and full 11-inch digital instrument cluster screen. Standard here is a tastefully appointed and sturdy cloth trim for seating.

No matter the trim, Equinox EV features lots of storage and versatility with up to 57 cubic feet of cargo space, with the rear seats folded down.

The Equinox EV comes standard with front-wheel-drive and has a single motor with 210 horsepower and 242 pound-feet of torque. Stepping up to AWD gives you two motors with a total of 290-horsepower and 346 pound-feet of torque.

With two battery sizes available, the 1LT has the smaller of the two with a standard range of 250 miles with front-wheel drive. Stepping up to the 2LT, 2RS trims and above gets you the larger battery which has 300 miles range with front-wheel drive and 280 miles with all-wheel drive.

With the charging port located at the front-driver side the Equinox EV has standard 11.5 kW Level 2 charging with and upgrade to 19.2 kW Level 2 on 3RS AWD, which can add up to 51 miles of range per hour. DC fast-charging capability of up to 150 kW is also standard allowing up to 70 miles of range added in 10 minutes. For those curious the battery warranty is 8-years/100,000-miles whichever comes first.

The Equinox EV will be built at Ramos Arizpe, Mexico plant along side the also new Blazer EV starting next year. An re-designed Equinox gasoline powered model will follow and continue to be offered along side the EV model.

The 2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV will begin arriving fall 2023 and early 2024. Final specs and ordering information will be announced closer to that time.