When reading the review of the Bolt, a question for Tesla owners came to mind: Do Tesla's exhibit the software arrogance common to product from the west coast? I don't know root cause,... maybe the economic disparity among the trades, software being one, replicates the Stanford Prison Guard Experiment? Specifically: The Bolt appears to display range ambiguity better than some other cars. Were they referring to Tesla as the other? GM may be trying to differentiate as 'cooperative same side of the table as the customer' when it comes to software, consistent with their current television advertisements. Is there an empty seat on that customer side of the table when it comes to Tesla software user interfaces?