Selling every one eventually is not supply constrained. As I mentioned earlier, if that was the definition, every car would be considered supply constrained. That's not what that means. Is there a waiting list or delay in buying a Bolt? There are 1,500 of them sitting on dealer lots today. If there's a demand, they wouldn't be there for 6 weeks. You've not proved anything.That's why I said we're at an impasse. My evidence is that GM sells every Bolt EV they make. Ergo, if they make more, they'd sell more. Ergo, Bolt EV sales are supply constrained, not demand constrained.
You can ignore that, or you can move the goal posts by trying to assign a motive for why GM only builds X Bolt EVs. However, at the end of the day, they only build < 30,000 Bolt EVs per year, and they sell every one of them.