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Chevy Spark EV Big Hit at LA Auto Show

Three electric cars are creating quite a buzz at the LA Auto Show. Fiat’s 500e, the BMW i3, and the Chevy Spark EV seem to be getting all the media attention. The Spark EV is already exceeding GM’s sales expectations. That is good news for GM, considering that the diminutive EV has only been on sale for 5 months in a restricted geographical market, California and Oregon.
Chevy Keyless Entry on 2014 Volt: Video

While the Spark EV is enjoying the spotlight at the LA Auto Show, Chevy’s Volt for 2014 continues to convert car buyers to the idea of electric drive. The clip above features a fascinating look at the inner-workings of the Chevy Volt’s keyless entry and remote start system. The car itself was a groundbreaking piece of engineering, and the innovative design goes right down to the security and convenience features on the extended-range vehicle. Note the logic built into the system, as each part of the keyless entry program is either easy to figure out or pleasantly intuitive. One thing the video makes clear is that GM left no stone unturned when designing the Chevy Volt, and the improvements continue with each new model year.
Spark EV a Crowd Favorite in LA

Spark EV weights about 600 pounds more than the gasoline version of the car, but reviewers note that the EV model is zippier and really fun to drive. Plus, the price is right, considering its costlier competition in the EV market. On average, Spark EV notches about 82 miles per charge. After the $7,500 tax credit, consumers can buy a Spark EV for approximately $20,000. Those who want a three-year lease will pay just $200 per month.

For more about the Chevy Volt, and all the other vehicles made by Chevrolet, visit the U.S. company’s official website via the link below:


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