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Starting this week, Chevrolet will be taking orders for the Bolt Incomplete and as the name suggests, this specific variant will be omitting certain features along with the rear passenger seats.
Designed for commercial use, the Incomplete consists of a standard Bolt with the Rear Seat Delete Package added on. Some may question paying an extra $350 to have the rear seats removed, but that additional cost will most likely pay for ship-thru. It entails shipping the Bolt Incomplete from the Orion Assembly Plant in Michigan to Knapheide Truck Equipment for build-out before trucking it back to Orion for its final delivery.
All that to remove the rear seats, their corresponding airbags and the floor mats. Not only will the interior be stripped, the options list will receive a delete or sorts as well. Buyers won’t be able to equip their Bolts with Comfort and Convenience Package or the Driver Confidence Package. What’s more, a set of 16-inch steelies shod in 205/55R16 all-season tires will replace the standard 17-inch wheels.
Those who are hoping to purchase privately will be sorely disappointed as the Bolt Incomplete is only available for fleet sale. Meaning the car can only be owned or leased by a business, government agency or some kind of organization.