So, I was rummaging around in the trunk of my Bolt and found this styrofoam liner at the bottom.
It's called the "Cargo Management System"
on Page 162 of the manual. The compartment on the right is where you are supposed to store the 110V charging cord, transformer box and handle
The other 2 compartments at the top left and center are for the "Tire Sealant and Compressor Kit."
See illustration on Page 295 of the Manual. So, Chevy has already planned for the carrying and use of additional sealant and a compressor for use w/the Bolt "self-sealing" tires. LOL!!!
Called my sales person to ask about this and he said that the Tire Sealant and Compressor Kit did not come w/the car but could be purchased as an option. He said he would find out if they are available and would send me the part number(s) and cost for them.
The silver bar below the empty compartment on the left is the "tow eye"
mentioned on Page 299 of the Manual, which can be used to winch the car onto a flatbed car carrier.
There is a round circular plug covering a hole in the left side of the front bumper behind which I assume is a threaded female point of attachment for the tow eye. I tried to take the cover off but it wouldn't come off easily and I didn't want to force it.
I have no clue what is supposed to fit in the other space below the tow eye. Does anyone know or have any idea what might fit in there?
I also have no clue what the velcro strap left in the compartment on the left is for. It may be to hold the entire charge cord assembly in place. Will see if it can be used that way or not.