Domino’s Pizza has created their own trim level of the Chevy Spark; the “DXP.” It’s a single-seat pizza deliverymobile with an oven where the rear window was. I can smell the singed cardboard already!
Yesterday morning, in Exeter, NH, this happened. Somehow. No one was hurt, and no one really understands just how this Chevy Spark managed to crash so it ended up doing a nose-stand in the snow. Was a giant playing mumbleypeg with it? Did the owner train it to do yoga? Can it do other tricks?
Did you know that the first Chevy Spark (then Daewoo Matiz) was originally designed to be a Fiat 500? Here's where it all started in '92, the Lucciola concept by Giugiaro.
If you'd have told me in 2004 I'd be driving a tiny Korean-built GM product around NYC in 2014 I'd have guessed I lost a bet. If you'd have told me I was looking forward to the experience, I'd have thanked you from coming back from the future to warn me. The Chevy Spark is yet another example of the difference a…
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This is Chevy's new ad for the Spark EV, claiming their shopping car with some batteries has more torque than a Ferrari 458. Cute. Very cute.
The Chevrolet Spark — a "city car" with a "peppy engine" — is supposed to be all about "international attitude for urban living," but in a new commercial, it appears to be for thin, fashion-y women who shop in Paris. Wait, does this car seriously come in pink?
This morning, Chevy held a drive event for the Chevy Spark, the latest and smallest car on the market from the automaker.
That "Chevy Beat" Matt Lauer lifted the skirt on last week? Turns out it's the 2010 Chevy Spark. And unlike it's charged-up brother, it's not electric. It is, however, headed to tomorrow's Detroit Auto Show.