If I had to guess, those are controls for a different car. The button with the numbers is for headlight level control, and there's obviously a set of fog lights for the car. Neither of which the Bolt has. The Ampera-E doesn't appear to have this, either.
The dial with 0-3 looks to be something for the headlamp level. I had automatic leveling lights in my Mini. You could see them in action if you put weight in the trunk area which would raise the front. The lamps would shine higher for a moment, then you could see the breakoff point of the beam start to drop down. Apparently this is required to prevent blinding oncoming cars when you have a large weight in the back.
First you have dashboard back light power setting
Second you have off, auto, park only, headlights knob
Then you have manual fog light button
And last you have headlamp alignment knob where 0 is level and 1-3 are -x degrees alignment. (This knob is mandatory in EU for any car with halogen lights. HID lights in EU require automatic leveling so the knob is not needed). I've got the same knob in my EU spec Volt although the actual knob is bit different looking).
So they just used the Opel EU requirement for entry level versions to skip double parts.
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