I recently got a Chevy Bolt and I found out that it evidently is speed limited to 91 mph.
There's just one problem: I see no mention of the limit except in two places: in the car itself (it stops accelerating and pops up a little message indicating that the car will not go over 91 mph) and a Kelley Blue Book article that just mentions it in passing.
Note that the owner's manual is not one of the sources, nor is the dealership (though I admittedly haven't spoken to a mechanic -- just a salesperson).
I have also test driven a Tesla in the past, during which time they indicated that their vehicles had a demo mode that was speed limited. So now I'm wondering if the Bolt has a similar feature.
To sum it up, my Chevy Bolt won't go over 91 mph. Is that a built-in limitation of the vehicle, or is it a super-secret feature that I can turn off?