2017 Chevrolet Bolt Review – First Drive

Larger-size people may wish to test sit in the narrower than usual seats. Design lead Stuart Norris said engineers consciously made the inside bolster (away from the door) to be asymmetrically narrower in order to make room for a wider center console and armrest. This was deemed a good tradeoff as other cars of similar width dimensions have narrow and thin or no center armrests.