The Chevy Bolt EV is #7 among all cars for the least time spent in inventory. That's an impressive show of demand, especially because it's extremely difficult to even get them outside of CARB states. One of the biggest gripes is that it's hard to get a test drive in non-CARB states because the Bolt EVs that are sent there are sold before anyone can test drive them.Maybe things in Europe are different, but the current depreciation here has me convinced that demand is not that strong. People are not snapping them up (unlike e.g. the Tesla Model 3).
I also wouldn't let depreciation be a guide for demand. Americans are really bad about "used" anything. There's a stigma against buying used, and I'm convinced that most Americans could cut their budgets in half simply by only buying pre-owned goods. The only reason Tesla EVs maintain their original value so much better than other EVs is because Tesla as a company is actively buying back their vehicles in order to resell them as certified pre-owned (unlocking features which allow them to sell at a higher profit).