Chevrolet Spark confirmed for US in 2012

Discussion in 'American Cars' started by V8stangman, Aug 4, 2011.

  1. #1 V8stangman, Aug 4, 2011
    Last edited by a moderator: Apr 25, 2016
    Chevy Confirms Smallest-Ever Spark Minicar For U.S. In 2012

    The 2012 Chevrolet Sonic subcompact just going into production this month is the smallest car sold by Chevrolet in the U.S., but the bowtie brand isn't finished downsizing yet.

    Today, General Motors confirmed that the Chevrolet Spark minicar will be sold in the U.S. GM's executive director of North American product communications, Jason Laird, confirmed with GreenCarReports that it would arrive "next year," with a launch during the first half (January to June) as a 2013 model.

    In January 2009, before its bankruptcy and government-backed refinancing, GM had announced that the Spark would be sold in the U.S. in 2011--along with the Chevrolet Orlando small minivan, which was subsequently dropped from the U.S. product plan. Restructuring thus delayed the Spark's arrival roughly a year.

    The Spark is the smallest car ever sold as a Chevy, with its roots in a trio of minicar concepts shown way back in 2007. The tiny five-door Spark hatchback is now on sale in a number of Asian countries, and has been an important model for Chevrolet in the global minicar segment, where the brand has had only a minor

    It is fitted with a variety of engines, starting with a 1.0-liter four-cylinder engine.

    Laird tweeted from the Management Briefing Seminar conference in Traverse City, Michigan, that GM product chief Mark Reuss said the "Spark minicar will give Chevrolet A-B-C-D-E segment coverage for first time in [the] U.S."

    In world auto-industry terminology, the Chevrolet Spark is considered an A-segment, or minicar, vehicle.

    The Sonic is B-segment, or subcompact; the Cruze is C-segment, or compact; the Malibu is D-segment, or U.S. mid-size; and the Impala is E-segment, or full-size.
  2. ugh, unsafe and unfit for the highway

    how are you supposed to merge with one of those?
  3. in louisiana
    we call this roadkill
  4. If they sell it with its standard 1.2 engine that they sell here, its not going to make any sense in the US except as a city car. Plus it looks ugly from the front.
  5. #5 baozias, Aug 5, 2011
    Last edited by a moderator: Apr 25, 2016
    our website: ******
    watches price 75$
    Air jordan(1-24)shoes $30
    Nike shox(R4,NZ,OZ,TL1,TL2,TL3) $35
    Hndbags(Coach lv fendi d&g) $35

    Tshirts (Polo ,ed hardy,lacoste) $16
    Jean(True Religion,ed hardy,coogi) $30
    Sunglasses(Oakey,coach,gucci,Armaini) $15
    New era cap $10
    Bikini (Ed hardy,polo) $25

    FREE SHIPPING,accept paypal
    free shipping
    accept paypal credit card
    lower price fast shippment with higher quality

  6. nice daewoo!
  7. This one actually is a daewoo
  8. 1.0L N/A gas 4-cyl? Gonna have like, 55 of torks?

    Sounds fun...
  9. Panda's next car.
  10. Especially with an auto. Good god, just look at that hideous shift-lever!
  11. would you like it better if it was shaped like a limp . . . .
  12. Ok, the horse is dead, stop beating it please.
  13. no point in beating a dead horse, it can't get up.
  14. horrible car
  15. chevy avelol
  16. America is not ready for this kind of car... The sonic is OK for large cities and good as a college car . but this IS NOT going to sell in the US . or at least NOT in Texas !
  17. #$%# i hate texans... dont you agree?
  18. I love haters ... don't you agree?
  19. If they plan on selling that car in America then it better come with a free diet plan, a gym membership and a personal trainer...
  20. how are ssuposed to fit in it
  21. better then an aveo
  22. That is not saying much.

Share This Page