Yes, thank you for a responsive reply.
"Make her drive it more" is not a helpful answer. Replace her? Well...... that's a thought. But in fact, three years ago I rented a Bolt for a day and we fully evaluated it. The seats were a problem then, and apparently still are. If my wife had the hips of a 25 year old fashion model, the seats would be fine but that's not the case.
She's willing to consider the Bolt if we can find a suitable modification to the seats, but as-is it's a no-go; and anything tacky that sits on top of the seat is equally out of the question.
Chevy obviously CAN make perfectly good ones, like in the Volt. They messed up this one I'm truly sorry to say.
Last night we borrowed a friend's Tesla 3. If not for the price, it would be a good alternative, but for now the Bolt is the only reasonably priced 200+ mile car, and the seats are the single worst characteristic. So sad.