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By Dave LeClair
November 27, 2012
The Spark EV has two LCDs to give the driver all the info they need © General Motors
Chevrolet recently announced a slew of details about its upcoming electric Spark EV, breaking down specifics of the engine and giving us a general idea of what to expect from the car. A couple of details were left out, however, most notably the price. Well, the company has now announced that, after tax breaks, the Spark EV will cost under US$25,000.
Chevrolet has also unveiled a little more information about the interior of the car. The Spark EV will have two seven-inch LCDs that display infotainment and key vehicle information including the expected range based on driving habits and other conditions. The company's MyLink smartphone integration system comes standard and Siri is also built-in (but you need to own an iPhone 4S or iPhone 5 to use it).
While no exact list price has been
given for the Spark, GM says the new EV will be "priced under $25,000 with tax
incentives." Electric car purchasers in the
The initial markets for the Spark
EV will be
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