My newspaper yesterday contained an article written by Jamie L. LaReau and published by the Detroit Free Press titled: "LG will reimburse GM $1.9 billion for cost of Chevy Bolt battery recall". That should give you the gist of the report. Here are more details contained in the article:

Besides providing owners of 2017-2019 Bolts five new enhanced battery modules, they will also receive an eight-year, or 100K mile warranty on the new battery packs.

Owners of the 2020-2022 models will also get new modules, unless GM can finish developing software first that will allow it to identify whether they have defective modules that need replacing.

GM and LG confirmed the root cause of the reported battery fires are two manufacturing defects know as a torn anode and a folded separator. Both defects must be present tin the same battery cell for a fire to occur.

So far, GM confirms that 13 Bolts have caught fire while parked, causing three injuries. Eleven of those fires were in the U.S.