After months of waiting to see what’s in store for the 2018 Chevrolet Bolt EV, the wait is finally over – as GM has published the order guide for its battery EV. The changes are not at all grandiose, as the 2018 Bolt gets only two changes.
The first involves replacing the heated steering wheel feature with the automatic heated steering wheel, which automatically turns when the vehicle deems it so fit.
The second change is the deletion of the front passenger setback map pocket from the 2LT model.
And that’s it; there are no super duper autonomous driving options or changes to the reflective dashboard. Perhaps those will arrive for the 2018 interim (2018i) model year, or later.
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