The plug-in electric version of Chevrolet’s new Spark mini car will be presented later this month at the Los Angeles Auto Show. The Spark EV is one of 13 new or extensively redesigned products that Chevrolet would launch in 2013. Furthermore, Chevrolet will introduce the expanded functionality of a sophisticated version of MyLink, which will be offered first in the all-new 2014 Impala full-size sedan.
Numerous U.S. buyers have been attracted to the Spark because of its expressive design, spacious interior and MyLink connectivity. The Spark had high sales in the first three months that it became available, specifically in the Los Angeles market.
The plug-in electric version of the Spark EV builds on the success by giving consumers the same package that caused the gasoline-powered model to become very popular while offering the technology and performance of pure electric power. Presently, MyLink provides consumers with user-friendly in-vehicle connectivity.
By launching the 2014 Impala, MyLink provides new personalization levels as well as smoother smartphone integration.“Chevrolet continues to build on the momentum of eight consecutive quarters of record global sales with the introduction of more new products, features and technologies that are designed to offer consumers exceptional functionality, comfort and convenience,” said, Chris Perry, vice president of Global Chevrolet Marketing. “The Spark EV and next-generation of MyLink demonstrate Chevrolet’s commitment to delivering the advanced technologies that today’s consumers will be eager to adopt and truly value,” Perry said.