Might be hard to tell, but I lowered the BoltEV by one inch all over. Put shorter and stiffer springs on front and back. To be more precise. I put progressive springs on. This means that the more they compress, the firmer they become, they do not have a linear compression like the stock springs… Continue reading 1 inch makes a big difference.
Dont get me wrong. I love the new car, I really do. Driving it is great… Its just the look of it I cant stand. For the most part, its all the chrome. Duno exactly what about the chrome, it just triggers a shudder in me when I see it. So, paint or wrap? I… Continue reading Chrome be gone
Freddy and I drove to Palm Springs the other day (last Sunday). It was about 120 miles (193 kms) round trip. We did a big circle, went the scenic route there and the freeway grind back. That’s only just over 1/2 the range BB can knock out, so we took the electric. Enjoyed every minute… Continue reading No Plink Plink
One other unusual feature on the BoltEV is the fact that the rearview mirror can be either a mirror or a video monitor for a rear facing camera. A photo is worth a lot of my words. You can see how it can also be a mirror, you just flip the lever under the middle… Continue reading Rearview camera
Found another interesting feature on the car…… It has automatic high beam. Hit the little ‘A’ button on the stalk and it will look for oncoming cars (if it’s dark enough to require headlights – which it automatically turns on if need be), if there is on, it will dip the lights, if there is… Continue reading Auto High Beam