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Old 01-11-2010, 09:33 AM   #1
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It seems like Chevrolet has a new found love for the compact segment. Following the debut of the 2011 Chevrolet Cruze at the 2009 LA Auto Show, the bow-tie brand will introduce its next-generation Aveo (in concept form) later today at the 2010 Detroit Auto Show. Sales of the next Chevrolet Aveo will start in mid-2011. Production will start later this year at GM’s Orion Assembly plant early next year.
Joining the Cruze and Aveo in early 2012 will be the Chevrolet Spark, a 5-door minicar we’ve been really looking forward to.

“This small vehicle makes a big statement,” said Margaret Brooks, Chevrolet marketing director for small cars. “With its fresh, youthful approach, we believe Spark will appeal to customers who want excellent fuel economy, functionality and style at an affordable price.”

GM will announced more details on the Spark at a later date.
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Chevrolet: Big Steps For Its Small-Car Lineup
- Aveo RS show car features European-inspired hot hatch design
- Cruze delivers spaciousness and amenities of a midsize car with the fuel economy of a compact
- Spark mini-car offers style, roominess and fuel efficiency
- Chevrolet announces another launch market and utility partnership for Volt

DETROIT – Chevrolet’s growing small-car lineup came together today at the North American International Auto Show with the introduction of the Aveo RS show car – a European-inspired hot hatch aimed at young enthusiasts.
The all-new Chevrolet Cruze and the Aveo RS show car – hinting at the next-generation Aveo production car – along with the all-new Spark five door mini car, showcase the foundation of Chevrolet’s growing small-car portfolio. Cruze will be available in the U.S. later this year, the all-new Aveo production car comes to the U.S. next year, and U.S. sales of the Spark begin in early 2012.

Chevrolet also announced that Michigan joins California as a key initial Volt launch market. Chevrolet is partnering with Detroit-based utility DTE Energy and other key Michigan stakeholders as part of a larger, real-world development and demonstration program to introduce customers to electric vehicles and establish vehicle charging programs. Last week, Chevrolet and OnStar demonstrated technology beyond the battery with the industry’s first working smartphone application that will give Volt owners 24/7 connection and control of vehicle function and OnStar features remotely.

“Our new small cars and the Volt electric vehicle with extended-range capabilities represent cornerstones in Chevrolet’s gas-friendly to gas-free approach,” said Jim Campbell, Chevrolet general manager. “We expect the trio of Spark, Aveo and Cruze to be fuel economy leaders, while the Volt can operate gas-free before switching to extended-range capability when the battery runs low.”

Here’s a look at Chevrolet’s small and compact car presence at NAIAS:

Chevrolet Aveo RS show car: The Aveo RS show car provides a glimpse of what designers have in mind for the future production car. One look at the show car’s electric Boracay Blue finish, motorcycle-inspired exposed headlamps and taillamps, low roofline, fender flares, large wheels and tires, and dual-cockpit interior hints at the next-generation Aveo.

“The current Aveo is a major player in Chevrolet’s global small-car portfolio,” said Campbell. “Our intent with the Aveo RS show car is to demonstrate Chevrolet’s vision and design potential for a small car we think customers will love.”

Focusing on Aveo’s target audience of young buyers, Chevrolet gave the show car a sporty appearance inside and out. An aggressive front fascia; clean, uninterrupted body side lines; an integrated rear roof spoiler; wide stance; and large, 19-inch, five-spoke wheels with a gun metal metallic Chevrolet logo and Boracay Blue brake calipers suggest upscale style and dynamic handling.

The Boracay Blue continues inside, with accent stitching in the instrument panel dual cockpit, front and rear door panels, gear shift boot, parking brake and seat bolster.

The Aveo RS show car features the same small-displacement 1.4L Ecotec turbocharged engine that will be available in the 2011 Chevrolet Cruze. Delivering 138 horsepower (103 kW), it performs like two powerplants in one, with the fuel economy of a small engine and the performance of a larger one. In the Aveo RS show car, the 1.4L turbo is mated to a six-speed manual transmission.

Chevrolet has previously announced the new Aveo will be built at Orion Assembly in Orion Township, Mich., in 2011, a move that will restore 1,200 jobs to Southeast Michigan. Retooling Orion Assembly for Aveo production is anticipated to begin in late 2010.

Chevrolet Cruze: The 2011 Chevrolet Cruze compact sedan is already on sale in Asia and Europe with strong market acceptance. Refined for America, the 2011 Cruze changes the rules by bringing a midsize car presence to the compact sedan segment. It will deliver many segment-leading features, more interior room and cargo capacity than the competition and upscale amenities such as Bluetooth, USB and navigation. It offers midsize roominess, safety and amenities with the fuel economy and expected price of a compact car. The U.S. production version of the Cruze was unveiled last month.

The Cruze affirms Chevrolet’s commitment to lead in small-displacement, turbocharged four-cylinder engines that are highly fuel efficient. Cruze is expected to deliver segment-leading fuel economy with a new Ecotec 1.4L I-4 turbo with variable valve timing – including up to 40 mpg on the highway with a high-efficiency model. The all-new Cruze will be built in Lordstown, Ohio beginning in the third quarter.

Chevrolet Spark: The five-door Chevrolet Spark, the smallest member of Chevrolet’s family of cars, brings style, roominess and versatility to a segment of extremely fuel-efficient small cars. Spark will provide great fuel economy, and its trim size makes it very agile in all kinds of driving conditions while still feeling substantial on the open road. The U.S. production version of the Spark will go on sale in early 2012.

More details on the U.S. version of the Spark will be announced at a later date.

Chevrolet Volt: Michigan joins California – announced last month at the Los Angeles Auto Show – as another initial retail market. Other markets will be announced later.
“Launching in California and Michigan gives us important West Coast and Midwest platforms that will allow us to introduce the Volt more effectively into broader regions across the U.S.,” said Maria Rohrer, Chevrolet marketing director for Volt.

Chevrolet will deliver more than 100 Volts to several utilities beginning in 2010 – including DTE Energy – as part of an extended research and demonstration fleet program. As part of the program, 500 charging stations will be installed for residential, business and public use. They will be used to learn more about the installation process, vehicle charging, and to gain customer feedback.

“A key factor in the widespread success of electric vehicles will be the ability of utilities to supply ‘fuel’ on demand and at a reasonable cost,” said Steven E. Kurmas, president and chief operating officer of DTE Energy’s electric utility, Detroit Edison. “Working with the auto industry, the Department of Energy and other stakeholders, DTE Energy and electric utilities nationwide are fully committed to developing a robust charging infrastructure that will support electric vehicles and make the transition to electric transportation a success.”

The program is made possible with a grant of more than $30 million in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds from the Transportation Electrification Initiative administered by the U.S. Department of Energy.

Chevrolet is also working with other Michigan entities outside of the Detroit area to begin making Michigan ready for plug-in vehicles. Utilities we are working with include the Lansing Board of Water & Light and Consumers Energy.

Chevy announced a similar partnership last month with the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) and California utilities Pacific Gas and Electric, Southern California Edison and Sacramento Municipal Utility District.

In an effort to expand the Volt ownership experience, Chevrolet and OnStar unveiled the auto industry’s first working mobile smartphone application last week. It will give Chevrolet Volt owners 24/7 connection and control of vehicle functions and OnStar features remotely.

OnStar’s Mobile Application takes technology beyond the battery and allows Volt drivers to communicate with their vehicle from Droid by Motorola, Apple iPhone and BlackBerry Storm smartphones. It uses a real-time data connection to perform tasks such as displaying the charge status and setting grid-friendly charge modes. The application:
* Displays charge status – plugged in or not, and voltage (120V or 240V)
* Provides flexibility to “Charge Now” or schedule charge timing
* Displays percentage of battery charge level, electric and total mileage ranges
* Allows owner to manually set grid-friendly charge mode for off-peak times when electricity rates are lowest
* Sends text or e-mail notifications for charge reminders, interruptions and full charge
* Sends text or e-mail notifications for charge reminders, interruptions and full charge
* Sends text or e-mail notifications for charge reminders, interruptions and full charge
* Displays miles per gallon, electric-only miles and odometer readings
* Shows miles per gallon, EV miles and miles driven for last trip and lifetime
* Remotely starts the vehicle to pre-condition the interior temperature
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Old 01-11-2010, 10:38 AM   #2
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Smaller than the Aveo, and they are still bringing it to the US? I guess they don't get it. America is just beginning to accept the idea of small cars again. I don't think this will do well at all. Having two technically identical cars in the same segment is just competing against yourself, a common theme of the old GM.
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They're anticipating gasoline going back to $3.50+ by the time this comes to market, I think. They'll be able to sell as many small cars as they can build with gas prices at that level, probably at a price premium, at that.
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Old 01-11-2010, 10:59 AM   #4
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They're anticipating gasoline going back to $3.50+ by the time this comes to market, I think. They'll be able to sell as many small cars as they can build with gas prices at that level, probably at a price premium, at that.
No, because no-one will buy one of these are they look pretty crappy compared to even the Aygo and iQ that Toyota could/have brought over.
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Old 01-11-2010, 11:05 AM   #5
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If this idea was viable Toyota would have already brought over the Aygo. The SMART is merely a novelty, so its presence does not count as a foothold for micro-cars. Or is a "mini-car" larger than a micro-car?
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They're anticipating gasoline going back to $3.50+ by the time this comes to market, I think. They'll be able to sell as many small cars as they can build with gas prices at that level, probably at a price premium, at that.
I get that, but to consumers this car will either be seen as the same as the Aveo, but crappier. Or it will just be seen as too small and unsafe.
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Old 01-11-2010, 11:15 AM   #7
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Sparks cause fires. I think this a terrible name for the car.
Remember the Chevy Nova. Nova meant "NO GO" in some countries.
lol. the nova competed with the Civic, how many Novas are still on the road. Not many, they all fell apart after 100k. how many Civics (80's) do you still see on the road? Many, many with 250k+ miles and still running strong.

fail again Government motors.

Toyota, Honda, Nissan, BMW, VW, Audi, etc, all make decent small cars that are actually not built like toylike qualities. Why would anyone choose this shoebox on wheels.

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Old 01-11-2010, 11:21 AM   #8
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Can I get it with ebonics voiced sat-nav?
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Sparks cause fires. I think this a terrible name for the car.
Remember the Chevy Nova. Nova meant "NO GO" in some countries.
lol. the nova competed with the Civic, how many Novas are still on the road. Not many, they all fell apart after 100k. how many Civics (80's) do you still see on the road? Many, many with 250k+ miles and still running strong.

fail again Government motors.

Toyota, Honda, Nissan, BMW, VW, Audi, etc, all make decent small cars that are actually not built like toylike qualities. Why would anyone choose this shoebox on wheels.
Actually, the Nova was two different cars.

The early one was a small rear drive sedan that the Camaro pony car was based off of. It was a fine car as american cars go.

The later car, you are referring to, was a Toyota Corolla. It was produced in the plant that until recently was making the Vibe/Matrix twins. By crapping on that Nova, you are crapping on the Toyota Corolla as well.

And on a side note, no-va does mean no-go in Spanish. Which is a reason why it has never been sold as a Nova in Spain, Mexico, or any of the Spanish speaking S American countries. It was just an urban legend that it sold poorly in those countries due to the name.

The only Nova that was truly bad was the mid-70's version. But that's because just about every car GM made at that time was crap.
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Derbagger it is nice to see some spreading facts in a thread once in awhile
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The head lights are bigger than the front wheels.
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Slightly longer than Fiat 500
Narrower than Fiat 500

I doubt this will sell very well unless its like $10k.
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Actually, the Nova was two different cars.

The early one was a small rear drive sedan that the Camaro pony car was based off of. It was a fine car as american cars go.

The later car, you are referring to, was a Toyota Corolla. It was produced in the plant that until recently was making the Vibe/Matrix twins. By crapping on that Nova, you are crapping on the Toyota Corolla as well.

And on a side note, no-va does mean no-go in Spanish. Which is a reason why it has never been sold as a Nova in Spain, Mexico, or any of the Spanish speaking S American countries. It was just an urban legend that it sold poorly in those countries due to the name.

The only Nova that was truly bad was the mid-70's version. But that's because just about every car GM made at that time was crap.
I actually did not know the camaro was based on the nova. Are you sure? Very curious if so
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I can't see how this pile of crap is going to sell in the US, or anywhere. Why do they feel they need to or think they can sell this with the Sonic already filling the super-small, cheap car spot in their lineup? Really, Chevy.....really?
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I had one of these as a rental, it was actually rather fun to drive. I live in Germany btw.
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I actually did not know the camaro was based on the nova. Are you sure? Very curious if so
Yes it was.
The 1967-1969 Nova shared a bunch of parts with the Camaro.
Before the early Nova's became real desirable, smart salvage yard people could scrounge a number of the drivetrain and suspension and electrical pieces to sell Camaro people looking for parts. As best I remember even the front subframe was common to both.
Most desirable was the 1967 rear end because it was narrower than the 68-69 rear end. Put a 1967 twelve bolt rear end underneath a 69 Camaro or Nova and you can get wider tires underneath the fenderwells.
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I knew they were both subframe cars. The camaro was a Fischer, was the Nova?

Well to be fair, ALL GM car shared tons of parts back then. I knew the Mustang WAS in fact a ford Falcon frame. I took your statement to to mean the Camaro was in fact a Nova.

But I do not think that is what you meant.
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Interesting seeing how my gas price prediction is holding up.

Apparently there will be a pure EV version of this car as well. Link pending, posting links from my phone is a PITA.
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Smart move on GM's part for a small car that looks moderately interesting and seems useful for what a car of that size can offer. Personally I am not the target demographic, so I will do everything in my power to never get in one.

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Here we go. http://greencarcongress.com/2011/10/spark-20111012.html

Limited production to start, naturally...
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I can't see how this pile of crap is going to sell in the US, or anywhere.
What makes this a pile of crap exactly? It may be a tiny car that you don't like which is fine, but as far as these things go it looks like its decently designed and featured. The 4 door thing is a good alternative to many competitors and if you can load it up with features it might be a car that city people would chose to drive precisely because of its tiny size.

Hey... at least j-lo isn't driving it around talking about how inspired she is by the ghetto.
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Made in Korea
thats the only I see.
But if I wanted to buy a car from the RoK I wouldn't give GM money for it.
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What makes this a pile of crap exactly? It may be a tiny car that you don't like which is fine, but as far as these things go it looks like its decently designed and featured. The 4 door thing is a good alternative to many competitors and if you can load it up with features it might be a car that city people would chose to drive precisely because of its tiny size.

Hey... at least j-lo isn't driving it around talking about how inspired she is by the ghetto.
I kind of knew "pile of crap" was not the best thing to say and maybe going too far, but the point is if you looking for a small car, is your first choice really going to be a Korean made Chevy? Are there not most probably better, more established, higher quality options out there to choose from? Who thinks "Chevy" when looking for a great little car? They may very well have a hard time selling the Sonic, so why add the smaller Spark already? I find it somewhat of the old American car manufacturer way of throwing a multitude of middle of the road products at the public instead of concentrating on doing really well with a smaller number of products or what you are already producing.
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