I had never driven an EV prior to the Bolt. So when I did test drive it, after about 30 seconds I didn't even think of it primarily as an EV, but as a fun, solid-on-the-road, lots of headroom, functional car. First of all, I was shocked how quick and solid-feeling it was. Then I was struck by how quiet it was. As the salesperson started commenting on the safety features and electronics, those rose to the surface. In short, I was surprised by how cool the car was -- then I remembered "no emissions"! No joke -- I traded my old CRV in on the spot and bought the Bolt. Still happy I did, and still not always thinking that I am being a good citizen driving my EV. It is simply an enjoyable car to drive with a cool and fun factor that is always forefront. And oh yeah....it is a rockin' EV that goes and goes. Very pleased -- except for the driver's seat (and I'll live with that). I look forward to driving it every morning and evening. Love not buying gas, getting oil changes, and (if I understand correctly) probably having brakes that will last the life of the car. And it is kind of from Detroit? Who woulda thunk? Not a flashy car, not really a show off car, simply an American vehicle of real promise and substance. Bravo Chevy....you have pleasantly surprised me (about time)!