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The 2014 Chevrolet Spark EV, unveiled at the 2012 Los Angles Auto Show. For it gives EV drivers the high tech infotainment they want- and need. I mean get the most out of their EV experience. With two reconfigurable, HD, seven inch color LCD screens. I mean the Spark EV features a customizable interface with confidence gauge. Spark EV also has Chevrolet’s exclusive MyLink radio. One which brings smartphone-based infotainment. That’s including apps for BringGo full-function navigation. Also Siri voice recognition and TuneIn global internet radio. Furthermore Pandora and Stitcher – into the vehicle.
The Spark EV is compatible with the SAE combo charger. All for DC Fast Charging as an available option. The capability enables the Spark EV to recharge up to 80 percent of its capacity. For that’s in approximately 20 minutes at select DC Fast Charging stations based on charging levels and outside temperature.
Compared to the average new gas-powered vehicle, the Spark EV can save drivers, on average. I mean about $83 per month in fuel costs. For that’s according to EPA assessments based on 24 mpg highway for an average vehicle. Also and 12 cents per kWh of electricity cost. More details are available at fueleconomy.gov. Note: All Spark EV range values represented in these photographs are for reference only. They and do not represent the range of the vehicle.
In conclusion, 2014 Chevrolet Spark EV-range values in photos do not represent actual range. Source: General Motors
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