The Chevy Spark EV tops the 2014 EPA ratings list for fuel efficiency, with a fuel economy equivalent equal to 119 MPGe.
The Chevy Volt, in less than three years on the road, has hit some significant markers, including more than 500 million total miles driven.
In general, we love the overall make-up of the Spark EV, so much that we’d be very surprised if this model isn’t a success sooner than later.
Can’t afford a Tesla Model S? With government incentives, the 2014 Chevy Spark EV can be had for well under $20,000.
GM has unveiled EPA estimated range data for the upcoming Chevy Spark EV, noting it is now among the most efficient of its kind in the nation.
GM has announced its 2014 Chevrolet Cruze Clean Turbo Diesel gets an EPA-estimated 46 mpg highway, the highest among non-hybrid cars.
EarthTechling, from the Los Angeles Auto Show, brings you a photo gallery of Chevy Spark EV images and talks about what the car means for GM.
GM, ahead of the Los Angeles Auto Show open unveils pricing and other details about its upcoming Spark EV, which prices around $25,000 after tax incentives.
Green Car Reports takes a look at plans by Chevrolet to unveil at the 2012 Los Angeles Auto Show its new 2014 Spark electric car.
Green Car Reports takes a look at recent data suggesting drivers of the 2012 Chevy Volt are more satisfied with their new car than any other compact car buyer at the moment.