Agreed. Chevy got a lot of things right on the Bolt, but missed on this one.If you use Torque Pro, you will see that when running the AC, if you turn it down to 69 F or below, it runs the AC compressor. But if you set it a bit higher, in addition to running the compressor, it turns on the heat! The resistance heat is using as much or more energy as the AC compressor, I guess to dehumidify? I have taken to running the fan on 4, and turning the temperature all the way to LO...61 F, if I recall correctly. I then turn the heat/AC off and on manually to maintain the temperature I want. Pretty unbelievably stupid design.