20 days and just 500 miles so mostly operator errors or adjustments to the new vehicle UI.
The only "glitch" is one night after disconnecting from public charging, and driving away, the main display was black and the driver dash display said "loading" for several minutes before the center display came back, seemingly it had hung during boot and did a watchdog reset boot after some timeout? Annoyance, but the car drove fine so a very minor issue, and it has only happened once in 50ish vehicle starts.
The Chevy UI that has evolved and is nearly perfect in the Malibu and the Equinox is different in the Bolt. I appreciate the much larger center display but basic phone functions are missing, if someone sends me a txt on my 2014 Malibu it would read me the txt and let me pick a canned response, like "call me I am driving" or "be there in 10 minutes". With the Bolt, I hear my phone ding when a txt arrives but I would need to look at the phone to see the txt.
Of course Android Auto is a simply amazing improvement and I will mostly plug the phone in and use it, so this is a very minor issue... (One of the best decisions GM made with the UI was to include Android Auto, this feature should be in every new car sold today IMHO)
Hats off to the team that pulled the Bolt design off, I assumed buying a leading edge technology vehicle that there would be minor issues, so far they are very minor and I am very pleased with the design and performance. The vehicle integration with the "My Chevrolet" app is fantastic and very useful, nicely done...