I'd say it's the opposite. No ICE drivers around here even notice the Bolt is EV; to the great unwashed, it's just another econobox. And there are enough very quick turbocharged performance versions of the econobox; Honda, VW, Ford, not many still think small is always slow.
It's just most have no clue the Bolt is a new paradigm; the typical giant SUV/van/truck is so slow to respond, so awkward to drive, they assume everyone else is likewise and thus only look in their mirrors every five minutes. If there's no high-RPM ICE noise from the little box, the big guys don't pay much attention. With the Bolt's instantaneous and silent response, we can move so quickly to take advantage of an opening, the driver in the next lane doesn't realize the situation has changed since he last looked and starts to come over. Fortunately, the quiet Bolt has a loud horn.
Oncoming left turns are the same. The typical giant SUV/van/truck is so slow to respond, so awkward to drive, they assume everyone else is likewise. When a driver is turning left and his light goes red, he's learned after the oncoming lane is green, he still has time to get through before the oncoming ICE moves foot from brake to accelerator pedal, spools up torque converter, spools up turbo and finally gets that lump moving toward him. With the one-pedal Bolt and instantaneous EV torque, our light goes green, we're looking into the panicked face of the left-turn-on-dead-red-cheater.
(And yes, someone will say, "I drive my Bolt the same way as an ICE. It's just more economical." Certainly, his choice; as some are proud of using a smart phone only to make person-to-person calls. That works; others just enjoy using more of the capabilities.)