GM isn't revealing all of the trim levels for the Bolt EV just yet, but it did say that the base LT model will come with the Regen on Demand steering wheel paddles, a rear vision camera and a 10.2-inch color touch screen. There's also going to be a Premier trim level that adds heated seat front and back, leather-appointed seats, surround camera and that fancy rear camera mirror that puts the rear camera view in your rear-view mirror. The Bolt EV will have an official EPA range of 238 miles per charge.
Of course, at some point the federal tax credit gravy train will run out. Through the end of August, GM sold 103,045 Volts so far. Add in a few Cadillac ELRs and Chevy Spark EVs and you've still got quite a ways to go before The General hits the 200,000-vehicle limit. That's when the tax credit will start to decline for GM plug-in vehicle buyers. Don't be surprised if the Bolt gets a price drop to match.