The “Chevy Bolt Charge Time Calculator” tool is a handy utility designed to assist Chevy Bolt owners in estimating the time required to charge their electric vehicles.

## Chevy Bolt Charge Time Calculator Tool

## How To Calculate Chevy Bolt Charge Time

To calculate the charge time for a Chevy Bolt, you need to know the battery capacity of the vehicle and the charging rate you are using. Here’s the formula to calculate the charge time:

Charge Time (hours) = Battery Capacity (kWh) / Charging Rate (kW)

To calculate the charge time, follow these steps:

- Determine the battery capacity of the Chevy Bolt. The battery capacity is typically provided in kilowatt-hours (kWh). You can refer to the vehicle’s specifications or documentation to find this information.
- Determine the charging rate you are using. This can vary depending on the charging station or method you’re using. Common charging rates include Level 1 (120V, typically around 1.4 kW), Level 2 (240V, can range from 3.3 kW to 7.2 kW), and DC Fast Charging (typically above 50 kW).
- Once you have the battery capacity and charging rate in the same units (kWh and kW), divide the battery capacity by the charging rate using the formula mentioned above.

For example, let’s say the Chevy Bolt has a battery capacity of 66 kWh, and you are using a Level 2 charging station with a charging rate of 7.2 kW:

Charge Time = 66 kWh / 7.2 kW ≈ 9.17 hours

Therefore, it would take approximately 9.17 hours to fully charge the Chevy Bolt using a Level 2 charging station with a 7.2 kW charging rate.