Anaheim again tries to scoop the West Coast auto show circuit with another ho-hum offering, but Chevy is there in force with a big display, including 2 Volts- one a striking Red Tincoat drawing good crowds. About Bolt, however, Chevy is up to its usual underwhelming tricks: a lone Bolt lacking any special display other than it was on the carpet and open to sit in, though the rear hatch was locked shut, a stupid move with a lame excuse offered. So-so crowd interest in Bolt when I was there (first half day of the show) and none to drive in the demo fleet which was closed any way until tomorrow. Am I the only one who thinks that a half dozen demo Bolts would have been good (read:normal) marketing? Toyota, for one, gets it: their demo fleet had big lines waiting to sample a broad lineup that included the new Prime. (yawn) I didn't test drive anything because "we already drive the best there is out there".