9. Infotainment and safety features
Chevy took a “both sides” approach to smartphone standards here. Drivers can connect via Apple CarPlay or Android Auto in the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV, and there are charging jacks for both phones between the front seats. Built-in Wi-Fi acts as a hotspot and can keep seven devices going at once. The myChevrolet mobile app allows you to remotely start, charge, or lock the Chevrolet Bolt EV from your phone. Safety-wise, Chevy offers the latest in crash prevention features (including auto braking and blind spot alert) as options. A rear vision camera comes standard.