I never have understood why GM decided to name Chevy’s conventionally powered city car the Spark during an era when electric vehicles are being revived. As a result, the electric version of the car has been marketed as the Spark EV, which sounds a bit redundant to my ears. To add to the confusion, they’re going to be calling their upcoming 200 mile range EV based on the Sonic platform the Bolt, I guess because it rhymes with Volt. So GM is going to be selling an electric car Bolt and a gasoline powered car Spark. Well, I guess it’s true that there will be bolts in the Bolt and the Spark does have spark plugs. In any case, Chevy introduced the next Spark at the New York Auto Show.
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