Just recently Chevrolet has showed an especially sporty version of the Spark, which was present a year ago as a concept at the 2010 Detroit auto show in United States, though with the Chevrolet Aveo replacement (the 2012 Chevrolet Sonic) was still ongoing due to move to a more upscale, sporty position for 2012 it's likely the production 2013 Spark will be a more basic commuter device to generate a massive amount of sales. Chevrolet Spark was formerly introduced as the Chevrolet Beat Concept at the New York Auto Show in 2007. The full production form of the Chevrolet Spark will be shown in March 2009 at the Geneva Auto Show. But despite its looks, no trees were harmed in the creation of this car, with the body being covered in a vinyl wrap – like a huge sticker – to give the effect. Period whitewall tyres complete the look. Europe will get the first glimpse of its sales in 2010.
While most of the Beat’s concept was adapted, the implementation of larger windows is the most notable change. The fog lamps, headlights, and grille have been changed; the front has been altered to appear less sporty; and the Spark also looks as if it has been raised higher off the ground.
A powertrain has a list showing how the auto maker confirms several new engines for the U.S.: a 1.0-liter, iron-block DOHC four-cylinder, as well as a 1.2-liter DOHC four. It's unlikely that either of these engines will feature gasoline direct injection. The Chevrolet Spark has been built to celebrating Chevy’s American roots, and has built this one-off for the annual Boardmasters surf, skate and music festival in Newquay.
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