Today, 2013 Chevrolet Sonic and Spark vehicles with Chevrolet MyLink will be available with Siri, an intelligent assistant that helps get things done just by asking.
“The Chevy Sonic and Spark are the first vehicles to offer Siri Eyes Free integration,” said Cristi Landy, Chevrolet marketing director for small cars. “Safe, easy, reliable and portable connectivity is a top priority for our customers, and Siri complements MyLink’s existing capabilities to help deliver an incredible driving experience.”
Following the global reveal of the Spark Electric Vehicle in Los Angeles last year, Chevrolet’s all-new battery-powered mini car will be presented to a European audience for the first time at this year’s Geneva Motor Show. The car will be sold in select European markets as of 2014.
The Chevrolet Spark EV is anticipated to set a benchmark in performance for an urban city electric car and is powered by the most advanced electric motor and battery system General Motors has ever built.
Developed in Europe and having been manufactured since 2010 in Asia by General Motors Korea, subsidiary of General Motors, former Daewoo, two years ago the Chevrolet Spark replaced the Matiz. Since the small- and microcars are getting more popular, prominent tuning services sometimes also have to deal with such “babies” to tune them up.
The same happened with KBR Motorsport located in Erftstadt. Let us start with tires and wheels. The Spark got in Erftstadt mate black set of Barracuda Voltec T6 rims, 7 X 17 inches. Naturally, equipped with 185/35R17 tires. H&R pillars influence the driving positively. The company own silencer is made of special steel grade and – not for the first time – is a unique device.