As we can see from the comments, and other web sites postings, Tesla Model S and Nissan Leaf fans are "exclusive", in the sense that only the "special cases" deserve those BEVs. GM designed the Chevy Bolt EV based on the most common sized vehicle sold worldwide: the compact people carrier. I have one - a 2009 Chevy Equinox (see my signature), and it may not be "sexy" (who has sex with their cars? Do they do it through the tailpipe?) or "sporty" (who races with their cars every day?), but the Equinox is the best selling CUV (and the second best vehicle) in GM's line which has the best rear space for three pasengers, a higher riding height, a flat floor, and plenty of interior cargo space when the rear seat backs are folded forward (I have carried 4 ft x 8 ft panels, 8 ft lumber, and a 10 ft aluminum ladder INSIDE). It also have a roof rack for even larger cargo, but I have not needed it.
But most cars are smaller than the Equinox, so the Bolt is a smaller CUV that still has more interior space than the TM Model S, the Nissan Leaf, and all other BEVs (except the Model X), a high ride height (for older passengers and some drivers), a really flat floor (from door to door), a rear bench seat (for sliding across), a roof rack, and some cargo space behind the rear seats with a cover. And just like the Equinox, the Bolt EV can fold down the rear seat backs and caryy more and larger cargo INSIDE, too.
So, if you want a "special" BEV, look elsewhere. But if you want a family BEV that can do almost EVERYTHING that a family car can do, especially to carry passengers and cargo, yet spend less money and have the best GM technology, buy the Chevy Bolt EV. I am patiently waiting for the Bolt EV to arrive in my market to replace my Equinox.