Autoleaks: 2016 Chevrolet Spark Seen Before New York 2015 Debut
February 9th, 2015 8:35 PM Share
Can’t wait until New York to see the 2016 Chevrolet Spark? These leaked photos should do.
AutoGuide reports the new Spark, set to bow at the 2015 New York Auto Show in early April, will get its looks from the Cruze, and feature the brand’s signature face. The compact will be underpinned by the same platform the Opel Karl will wear when it hits the ramp at Geneva next month.
Aside from the above, the Spark will remain similar to the outgoing model as far as dimensions go, and will retain the former’s C-pillar-integrated rear-door handles. More details are likely to come closer to showtime.
Published February 10th, 2015 8:00 AM
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- Tassos And all 3 were ordered by Fisker's mother. Seriously, given Fisker's terrible record of Failure in the past, only an utter loser, (for example, VGhost or Art Vandelay?), looking for a BEV terrible enough to be a proper replacement of his 11 mile range Fiat 500E, would order one of these. (apart from Fisker's mother)
Given its looks, I could've waited forever to see it. Happily.
All those ugly creases... what a terrible design. The vehicular equivalent of social housing.