The biggest problem about the Bolt is it's not designed for the masses, the Bolt will probably be a second car for most owners. The Bolt can't be driven outside its home radius. A Tesla can go on long trips from SF to LA and it would only take about 30 minutes to re-charge a Model 3 or the time it takes to go to the bathroom and grab some snacks.
The Bolt takes 9 hours to charge!
Even if you don't go on long trips, if you ever had a busy day of driving you might not make it back home in a Bolt. People run low on gas all the time, imagine having to wait almost a whole day to fill up a tank.
The fact is GM doesn't intend on backing it's electric cars and there will be no infrastructure to support the Bolt.
Putting aside comparing a luxury sedan to a five-door eco hatchback. Lack of Quick Charging alone I think will make people forget the Bolt was ever compared to a Model 3
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GM is too big to shift gears or as Tesla did, start with a clean sheet of paper. There's an ideological problem that has caused big car companies to not see Tesla as a threat and furthermore not know what to do about it. The Bolt is the product of a gas car company trying to copy Tesla, not compete. It's the equivalent of a politician when running for office pandering to an audience, trying to relate but just coming off as awkward. The Bolt is the Mitt Romney of electric cars.
But I do see a way GM could change this because we want more competition in this space to drive innovation even further. And this is what I'd do if I was Marry Barra:
Create a new Skunk Works EV division of GM comprised of people both talented and excited to work in EV. Give them the founding and hands off approach that they need.
From a customer facing side I think GM should embrace the past and call this division "EV-1" (I made it hyphenated on purpose). This new group needs to poach some the bad assness that Dodge is currently running on. Their first car should be called the "EV-1 Wrath" and the commercials will write themselves as you see it clawing it's way from being buried underground in the back of a junk yard with lightening and thunder going off in the background. This is something people could get excited about.
[Google EV1 if you are too young or don't know]