I want GM to succeed with the Bolt. Seriously. More long range EVs are a good thing. But the more Model 3 release candidate vehicle photos I see, the more I am convinced that the Bolt is not going to sell in volume because -- in my opinion -- it looks no different from any of the dozens of compact hatchbacks currently available on the market while the Model 3 is stunningly beautiful, costs $2.5K less base price, comes standard with DC charging and can use the Supercharger network (for a fee of course), includes EAP/FSDC hardware as standard accelerates quicker, has a frunk as well as a trunk, and also seats 5 comfortably. Plus the Model 3 will offer an AWD option, a Performance option, and the EAP and FSDC options. There are no equivalent options for the Bolt. I look at these two photos and think that the only reason the Bolt will sell is that you can buy one right now, no waiting (but only in some states) and a year from now Bolt buyers will still be able to get the full $7.5K federal tax credit while Model 3 buyers will probably not get the full credit (though they will get a partial federal credit and whatever state credits are available). That significantly lower price after incentives will sell some Bolts. But probably not hundreds of thousands of them, which is what needs to happen for the car to be a success. (Note on these photos: obviously they are not scaled the same, though the Model 3 is estimated to be longer than the Bolt by about 20" and over 4" wider, so EV buyers who want a smaller car because of parking space limitations may well prefer a Bolt.) I look at these photos and wonder: "Why is GM charging more for so much less?"