In The automotive industry, co-moulded bolts are designed and produced solely for the electric motor.
They secure all those components that work at high voltages. For this reason, the co-moulded bolts consist of a steel core and a plastic-coated head moulded with the bolt, which allows the part that a user might touch to be safely insulated.
In the internal combustion engine, the only component with a very high inrush current is the starter, and it reaches high voltages only with a turned key.
The rest of the system works at 24 Volts, a voltage not hazardous for people, so it does not require co-moulded bolts.