I recently attended the Canadian International Auto Show and was able to get some pictures of the production Chevy Bolt. I thought that I'd compare my pictures of the Bolt to pictures of the Bolt concept to show how the two differ.
You can see through the comparison of this shot to the opening photo that the production Bolt has a different grille and headlights. The headlights on the production model also connect visually to the side window and mirror via a bit of metal trim. There are also fog lights on the production model.
Looking at the profile, you can see that the production model makes use of the "floating roof" styling. The doorhandles have changed too, but the strong crease that creates the belt line has remained a constant, however on the production model it doesn't stretch all the way forward to the headlight like it does on the concept. Another change is the rims, not surprising when moving from concept to production though.
At the rear of the vehicle you can see that the window no longer bends around the rear corner on the production model. The taillights have undergone a redesign, and there are added lights in the rear bumper. The trunk also has more sheet metal rather than the black gloss material that was used with concept in the center of the rear hatch.
When it comes to the interior the setup is quite similar but the presentation and styling is quite different. I won't go through everything, but notice the lack of buttons in the concept, the different materials, and the general simplicity compared to the production model.
And here are two final pictures that I took while I was there...