The below highlights key points about the interior on the Chevy Bolt EV Concept, however looking at what Chevrolet current has available in the 2016 Volt and other vehicles, it's not hard to imagine what this will be like on a production level:
For the Bolt EV cabin, Chevrolet reinterpreted their signature dual-cockpit layout, seamlessly incorporating easy-to-use technology with minimal design to create an easier, more enjoyable driving experience.
The interior of the Bolt EV concept car is intended to feel like a sanctuary. The generous headroom and legroom wonderfully combines with a contemporary, light color scheme to give the concept car a warm and roomy feel.
The minimal center console appears to float between lightweight, slim-architecture seats mounted on aluminum pedestals.
A central touch screen gives the driver access to an array of electronic readouts with only a tap or two on the large, 10-inch diagonal screen.
The Bolt Connect app would provide drivers with an unprecedented level of vehicle control. Incorporating automatic park-and-retrieval technology, owners will be able to exit the vehicle and tell Bolt EV to park itself while they run errands, then summon it to their location when they’re done.