I was also shocked to find that no 1 has an extended warranty that will cover the VOLTEC battery.
Given that a replacement battery pack could cost $6k up to $25k and that this event will happen around years 10 to 15, the warranty would need to make enough money to cover that expense, plus profit. Think of a home fire insurance policy where the home is almost guaranteed to burn down somewhere between years 10 and 15. Few if any would insure against that fire, and if they did, it would be extremely expensive. You'd be better off self-insuring via a forced savings plan.
Expecting an automotive extended warranty to cover a near certain (and expensive) event is unrealistic. They'd want you to pay $25k or more for it to avoid going bankrupt.No way you'd pay that, hence, no warrantees like that are offered.
Most car buyers do not want to pay $60-80k for some sporty EV SUV. I think the model Y is the best thing out there but I’d rather have 2 volts/bolts + solar panels for $80k.
The Chevy Bolt EV is in the $26k -$31k range. The upcoming 1 LT Chevy Equinox EV will be in the 30k-ish range. The new Ultium-based EV's like the Equinox EV are designed to allow bad battery bricks to be replaced with new ones coming from the factory, something the Volt can't do.