The ready-to-come Chevy Spark is sure to keep teensy-weensy - while the car somehow wants to run faster. That dream to come real with roughly 18-percent upgraded power; the recent news says that the 2016 Spark will be capable enough to make up to 100 horsepower, though estimated at 98 - should know the old Spark has generated 84 horsepower.
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What makes sense in any way to expect from the Spark as a tiny car? The two answers should be; it must be sweet in look, small but fast is okay! The truth is, the Spark doesn't really look as sweet as you might want. From the pic we can spot at the rear end which still appears "too ordinary". The down portion defines less elegant - nor eye-catching, leaving a wide potential space to be more creatively modified, except the restyled tail lights look accepted as well as wider headlights. The headroom stays suitable even though the roof goes down a couple inches.
As we've mentioned above, the new MyLink combined with a 4G LTE Wi-Fi provide drivers an easy access to the world - making the next-gen Spark more enjoyable. If we have to compare the upcoming Spark to its current model in terms of passenger capacity, we'll have more spacious room inside. The engineers apparently gave some smart tweaks to the interior structure. The comfort also comes from the heated front seats - despite the 2016 redesign keeps serving as a four-passenger little car.
Small but safe, the body is wrapped with upscale steel materials which are stiffer than any other, ten air bags including all-wheel anti-lock brakes giving a safer journey. A number of vital safety features such as a Rear Park Assist, Side Blind Spot Warning and a standard Rear Camera will be included to the 2016 Spark.
Chevrolet proudly calls the reborn car as an "all-new fuel-efficient Chevy Spark" - over its estimated forty miles per gallon gained from the new GM's ECOTEC 1.4L 4-cylinder engine mated with a 5-speed manual and an optional CVT (the current engine is a lower 1.2L). The latest sprint test showed the Spark could run 0-60 MPH within 11 seconds. Tell us if the 2016 Chevrolet Spark is worth waiting for you!