I didn't notice anything out of the ordinary during my brief test drive, but will pay attention to seat comfort and legroom the next time I go for a more-extensive looksee.Phximiev wrote:Having seen pics of the Bolt interior and considering our family physiques, we would probably find the Bolt to be quite comfortable consistent with the opinion of others. However, anyone here have issues with the 'bolsters'?
I figure a huge organization like GM has human-factors as an integral part of their design process so I can't imagine anything really weird. I happen to like cloth seats and pleased to see those as standard.
Shades of the bad-mouthing our lightweight i-MiEV seats received by 'professional' reviewers. Still dunno what the fuss was about.
Already have one friend that I had convinced to go BEV a couple of years ago (he bought a Leaf) just place an order for a BoltEV in addition to his Tesla 3 reservation. Even though he's never been stranded and they only put on less than 5K miles/year, he has wife-induced range anxiety issues. (I know, I know, I'm not being politically correct ). As I've said before, the BotEV is a game-changer as for many people it panders to perceptions which, as in politics, nowadays seem to matter more than ever. That said, for people with significant commutes and no ability to charge at work, it certainly fills that need.
For now, I'm very happy with my own stable, thank you.