There's a lot more to a car than a table of numbers, but I wanted to share my compilation of specs on the Bolt EV and it's competitors. In the spec sheet for the Bolt EV, GM listed it's competitors as the LEAF, i3, Focus Electric, Soul EV, e-Golf, and B250e. I also included the Spark EV, the compliance car that is in many ways a Bolt prototype; the Volt PHEV; and Tesla Model 3 (in spirit). For good measure, I also threw in the Tesla Model S 60.
I attempted to pull data from manufacturer sources whenever possible. The most questionable data is the 0-30 and 0-60 acceleration times, which can vary significantly based on source and methods. I also estimated frontal area for the cars based generally on width and height. The frontal area multiplied by the coefficient of drag yields the drag area, which can be a surrogate for high speed efficiency.
There are a few holes in the table, and likely a few errors as well. I'd appreciate any corrections and if I left out a key discriminator of interest among these cars.
Update (2/12/16): Added IONIQ, cabin heater info, anticipated changes, and corrected a few errors
Update (2/20/16): Added more IONIQ Electric info, reordered cars based on end of 2016 range, and deleted "Efficiency" row.
Update (4/3/16): Added lots of stuff, including Model 3 and other cars, more EPA, battery, automation information
Update (5/7/16): BEVs only now, separate columns for each battery/range option, added more future cars, includes my speculation in red text
Link to fullsize image of spreadsheet: https://teslamotorsclub.com/tmc/media/20160507-bev-comparison.114929/full