It appears from Photo #23 that Chevy replicated in it's Bolt what is strongly disliked featured of my Nissan LEAF: The shifter column is push forward = reverse and push backward = drive. Why, I wonder? This is not an airplane nor a flight simulation game.... The opposite shifting pattern has already been learned by millions of car drivers. Yes, the new pattern is learn-able, but is it right? Is there any benefit to the user? I personally saw no benefit and did see an increased risk for driver error. I can attest that in a low-distraction environment (i.e., when you first start the car to back from garage or driveway) the inverted shifting pattern is OK. In a high distraction scenario (i.e., parallel parking on a busy street) one's focus on other factors caused me to occasionally intuitively return to the long ingrained pattern and shift into forward when I meant reverse.