What are your thoughts and GM's limitation of the top speed of the Bolt? Why 93 mph? It's not likely a mechanical limit of the electric motor. Guessing there is concern about discharge rate of the battery and/or overheating. Or perhaps, GM is just being conservative and testing out the propulsion system, before opening up more power in later versions/vehicle applications. Either way, I think it's a bit low. Even the Volt was "allowed" to go 101 before the electronic nanny kicked in. The way the Bolt is pulling at 90 mph suggests that it's good for MUCH more. Probably 120-130 mph, based on aero/hp figures. On a side note, my oversized snow tires (205/70/R15) allowed me to achieve a GPS verified 96 mph this morning, making mine perhaps one of the fastest Bolts on the planet. On a side note, my 2002 Hayabusa is easily tricked into exceeding its electronically limited top speed of 186 mph, by telling the engine computer that the motorcycle is only in 5th gear (not 6th). The ECU only pulls timing in 6th gear at a certain (high) rpm, thus limiting top speed. Could a similar strategy be employed with the Bolt or are modern systems more sophisticated/complicated to hack? Let's discuss.