Shame GM Marketing doesn't try to push the luxury elements.Seems like GM stumbled into a winner! What' great is the focus in on performance and driving and NOT on the question of how much will you save in gas. The gas question may be appropriate for conventional hybrids like the Prius, where you give up performance, ride and handling for better MPG, but not for EVs, which give you the benefits of an electric drive train.
As a compliance car they shouldn't need to push the gas savings. However, if they actually become serious about selling it they will have to emphasize savings. It's one thing selling a performance car, but another thing entirely selling a performance minicompact BEV.