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People should know that merely wearing polarized sunglasses will eliminate that reflection. Also, an aftermarket dash cover in black can do the same thing. Many cars have the same issue to one extent or another.
 

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Volt owners have this issue with the Brandy/Black Gen II Volt interior. Polarized sunglasses for daytime, an inexpensive dash mat (available from multiple sources including eBay sellers) for all of the time. Here is a related thread from the Gen II Volt Forum: http://gm-volt.com/forum/showthread.php?269185-Anyone-have-windshield-reflection-problems-with-Brandy-interior&highlight=dash+mat

Also, this thread: http://gm-volt.com/forum/showthread.php?215049-Visibility-Issues-with-Light-Ash-Dark-Ash-Interior&highlight=dash+mat+ebay+seller

Because the Bolt is so new the dash mat sellers may not have had a chance to create a template for the Bolt dashboard. You might want to contact a few sellers and ask if they can create a dash mat for the Bolt, or when they expect to be able to offer the dash mat for the Bolt.
 

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I have black and brandy. I have noticed some reflection under certain conditions. It's pretty rare, less than half of a percent of driving time. I just deal with it until the angle of the sun changes. I don't want to cover up my dashboard. You can also see freflection of some metal pieces.
 

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Polarized sun glasses. I wear mine all the time while daytime driving.
 

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Dash toupees are already available. They don’t fit well but they work.

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I also have all around tint. Polarized sunglasses gives me rainbow-vision.


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