There's something wrong with Chevrolet's new lineup. The more expensive the cars get, the worse they become. I went to a Chevy Test drive event, and tested their entire lineup to find out why. Comprehensive Reviews after the break.
The 2012 Chevrolet Spark is reportedly back on track for the US market. The Korean-built subcompact, sold in a previous incarnation as the Daewoo Matiz, will arrive next year as a 2013 model, riding on GM's Yo Gabba Gabba platform. Ok, no.
President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama got a private review of the Tata Nano while in India, with Mrs. Obama reportedly sitting behind the wheel. Checking out the competition? H/T to Yash! (Photo Credit: AP) [Economic Times]
Daewoo unveiled the Matiz Creative today and, if it looks familiar, it's because this is the Korean version of the Chevy Spark. It goes on sale this September with a 69 HP four-banger good for 40 MPG. [Green Car Congress]
A new Activision website for the Transformers movie sequel video game features shots of robot modes for the Chevy Spark (Beat) and Trax. Frankly, they both look like hicks. A larger, higher-quality shot below.