Chevrolet’s Bolt EV and EUV have resumed manufacturing following a battery fire recall
GM has begun manufacturing of the 2022 Chevrolet Bolt EV and EUV and now has access to new battery packs that are expected to be free of fire dangers. This follows the recall of the Chevrolet Bolt owing to the possibility of battery fires impacting all model years, which resulted in a production halt on the Bolt EV and EUV vehicles in August.
“Our objective is to return to and, quite honestly, surpass business benchmarks,” Chevy’s vice president of marketing Steve Majoros stated during a news conference yesterday. The Bolt’s return strategy involves catching up on new 2022 Bolt EV and EUV orders (2023 orders will begin in July), a new television ad campaign timed to coincide with Major League Baseball’s opening day, and the “herculean challenge” of replacing all recalled battery packs.