I recently (1/13) put down an order for a EUV Premier (with Sun and Sound) at a high volume Chevy dealer in Charlotte, NC. I was told it will likely be four months before I can take delivery. Talking to both our salesperson as well as the sales manager for the dealership, I came to the conclusion that they were totally at a loss to give me an accurate time frame for delivery. Reading through the messages here as well on on a Bolt Facebook page, it seems that nobody truly understands the process or can give accurate information. Some people relate their own stories of delivery, but others seem to repeat rumors, half-truths heard from others, info given by clueless dealers: most of these stories seem like hearsay. Some people seem to be able to order and receive vehicles in a short period of time, others wait a few months (what I am hoping for), others seem to wait an inordinate length of time. A few dealers seem to have a small number of vehicles, most have none. The entire process is not, in any way shape or form, transparent, in fact it seems arcane and Byzantine. I'm sure that GM has their own metrics for how they allocate, assemble, and deliver vehicles, but nobody, at least nobody not in the upper corporate "know" seems to have a handle on this. There must by rhyme and reason to this. My question (s) is (are): does anyone know anyone in the elusive corporate know (not part of a local dealership), or, say, working at the plant," that can explain the process? Is GM prioritizing Bolt sales to fleet buyers (Hertz, Dominoes, etc.) rather than individual owners? In essence, does anyone have any accurate information? I am a patient person and have no problem waiting...but I would like to have some understanding of what the wait entails.