Gallery: Chevrolet Announces 2014 Spark EV Will Be Priced Under $25,000

 

General Motors has announced that when the 2014 Chevy Spark EV arrives next summer it will have a starting price under $25,000 after the available tax rebates. The 2014 Spark EV is based on the Spark minicar, but it’s powered by an electric motor and a lithium-ion battery that is expected to have one of the longest electric driving ranges in its segment.

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  1. electric38 November 30, 2012 at 1:34 am

    Sounds like they are still price gouging on these vehicles to discourage people from buying. They must really hate ending their long friendly relationship with the oil companies.
    Also, why aren’t they partnering with American solar companies to provide rooftop solar so that people can kill 6 ugly birds with 1 stone.
    1-Carbon monoxide and related pollutions
    2-Health related deaths and medical conditions caused by fossil fuels
    3-Military costs for mideast oil concerns
    4-Bye bye utility bills for 1 generation.
    5-Quieter, more efficient vehicles
    6-Oops, almost forgot, the cost of gasoline for the life of the vehicle.
    etc. etc.

  2. Aaron Gleason November 27, 2012 at 10:36 am

    Hopefully it will include an adapter to use existing charging stations… I’m not convinced the SAE standard was a good choice.

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