Use our tool below to calculate the charging time of the Chevy Bolt. If you don’t find the battery size of your vehicle in the dropdown list below, feel free to use our universal EV charging time calculator.
About the Chevy Bolt
The Chevrolet Bolt came on the scene in 2016 to be built for the 2017 model year. Some see it as a successor to the Chevy Volt, a plug-in hybrid sedan that was manufactured and marketed globally from 2010. The Bolt is an all-electric vehicle, offering an impressive range that has even been able to compete with perceived market leaders Tesla.
The Bolt is a hatchback available in many different exterior colors. The comfortable interior features leather seats and trim, a large central infotainment touchscreen interface, a digital driver instrument cluster, and ample storage space (especially when you put the rear seats down). The Bolt works well with any charging solution level 1, 2, or 3 depending on your need, making it flexible enough for most people’s driving lives.
- Manufacturer: Chevy
- Battery sizes: 60 kWh; 66 kWh
- Range: up to 264 miles (425 kilometers)
Charging time calculator for Chevy Bolt
Starting charge level
Target charge level
Charging power in kW
If you want to calculate the charging time for a certain distance, complete the steps below:
Distance per day
Model energy consumption
How long does it take to charge a Chevy Bolt?
With a battery capacity of 66 kWh, charging a Chevy Bolt at home from 20% to 80% can take up to 29:19 hours with a 1.9 kW level 1 charger, or between 02:00 to 04:00 hours with an 11-22 kW level 2 charging station. With fast charging at a public station, the vehicle can be charged in less than 00:17 hours.
Charge time for a Chevy Bolt
|Charger level||Charging time|
|Level 1 charger 1.9 kW||up to 29:19 hours|
|Level 2 charger – 11-22 kW||between 02:00 to 04:00 hours|
|Public Station DC Fast Charging||less than 00:17 hours|
Common questions and useful information
Chevy Bolt charging time calculator step-by-step guide
- Step 1: Battery size – Select the battery size of the vehicle from the dropdown list
- Step 2 and 3: Starting and target charge level – Set the current and desired state of charge. For a full charge, select respectively 0% and 100%. Please note, the target charge level can’t be lower than the starting charge level.
- Step 4: Charging power in kW – Enter the charging power output.
Great! You’ve now calculated the charging time of the vehicle.
To calculate your daily charging time or the charging time for a certain distance, please follow the next steps.
- Step 5: Distance unit – Select miles, or km.
- Step 6: Distance per day – Set the driving distance.
- Step 7: Energy consumption in kW – Select your model or enter here the energy consumption of the vehicle (kWh/100).
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