CHEVROLET SPARK EV
GM Korea, previously known as Daewoo is the manufacturer of the Chevrolet Spark. The EV version is part of the third generation of the city car based on the Daewoo Matiz. The production version was announced in 2012. Unveiled at the Los Angeles Auto Show in 2012. California and Oregon were the only selected markets in the USA where the vehicle was introduced in June 2013. GM changed battery suppliers for the 2015 model year from AES to LG-Chem. General Motors will fill the segment with the Chevrolet Bolt going forward from 2017.
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