How to Charge -- includes mention of a charge status LED on dash (visible from outside as you plug in) and a reduced current draw option (critical for me for first few months until I get my charger installed); both well explained in video
Heating and Air Conditioning -- starts with general introduction to center stack; mentions that ICE contributes to cabin heating; note correction at beginning of video about icon label change
Stereo System -- includes mention of radio "time shift" feature, 30 GB "hard drive" (a misnomer, it's likely flash), copying of music from your portable USB drive to car's hard drive, and playback from USB device directly; possible CD ripping too, not sure
Nothing seen yet on the drive mode button, which my lead foot will be very interested in.
The touchscreen software and engineering shown in the Volt video tutorials is brilliant. But I can imagine less technically savvy customers being overwhelmed by the Volt's many layered digital controls and features. What happens if somehow the touch screen display fails while driving? How much does the advanced digital dashboard user interface add to the $41,000. cost of the Volt? Could GM consider designing, perhaps as an option for the next generation Volt, a "less is more" simplified dashboard, perhaps using retro traditional analogue gauges, without the touch screens, making the interior more familiar to more customers while retaining the benefits of the Voltec platform?