General Motors has officially launched the 2024 Equinox EV in the US market, with pricing starting at $34,995 before incentives. Initial models boast up to a 319 mile EPA range, 17.7-inch display, and Super Cruise capability.
Slotting below the Lyriq crossover, the Equinox EV brings attractive pricing but doesn’t compromise on features. All trims include DC fast charging up to 150kW, adaptive cruise control, wireless charging, and heated front seats/steering wheel.
Ambient interior lighting in multiple colors creates a stylish, lounge-like environment. The expansive 17.7-inch central touchscreen provides infotainment control and displays camera views.
Some trims also offer GM’s hands-free Super Cruise driver assist for highway driving, a key advantage over competitors. Models with Super Cruise and the extended range battery achieve 290 miles per charge.
The Equinox EV will launch in fall 2023, with additional lower-priced variants coming in late 2024. These will start around $30,000 and offer 250 miles of range, further increasing affordability.
With the popular Equinox nameplate, family-friendly amenities, advanced technology and reasonable pricing, GM is set to shake up the mainstream EV marketplace.
The electric Equinox combines GM’s Ultium battery prowess with a proven, in-demand compact SUV package. This flexible approach aims at accelerating EV adoption through familiarity and value.
By delivering range, tech and quality without crossing into luxury territory, the 2024 Equinox EV fills an important gap in GM’s portfolio.