Chevrolet car maker has unveiled five-door hatch that will be the smallest member of Chevrolet’s family of cars named it’s Chevrolet Spark Z-Spec Concept. 2010 Chevrolet Spark Z-Spec Concept will be show at 2010 SEMA Show Las Vegas with another Z-Spec Concept like Chevrolet Volt Z-Spec Concept and Chevrolet Cruze Z-Spec Concept. The Spark will come to North America in 2012.
The Spark Z-Spec has a revised grille, a rear spoiler, and 17-inch BBS wheels. Predictably, the interior boasts a flat-bottom steering wheel, leather Recaro seats, custom floor mats, and a billet aluminum gear knob.
This new generation is slightly bigger than its predecessor, which should help the situation. The car has angular lines and big headlights that are accentuated by the bow tie grille. The designers for this Z-Spec Concept would have their work cut out for them to turn this pumpkin into a worthy carriage. The Z-Spec program was launched by Chevy to give small car customers the opportunity to factory-customize their cars in a fun unique way.
Paul Arnone, lead designer Chevrolet said “The Chevrolet Spark will cause people to rethink their perceptions of what a small car can be – particularly when it comes to design and performance,” and “The Spark Z-Spec concept incorporates a blend of Chevrolet-designed exterior and interior enhancements.”
Chevrolet Spark Z-Spec Concept demonstrates a cohesive design with a family of factory-engineered accessories and the best of the aftermarket under a single theme. The Spark design is projected to magnify the sporty appearance, providing stance and driving experience of a racing-inspired ground effects kit, rear spoiler, larger wheels and more.