New SEMA Spark EV to be introduced at 2013 SEMA Las Vegas Show
Car dealers might soon be getting an interesting addition to their fleet of inventory. Chevrolet has announced that at the 2013 SEMA show in Las Vegas this year, it will be revealing the SEMA Chevy Spark EV. The car packs 400 pound feet of torque, which is just like the original Spark EV, will be able to get revved up without nearly a sound, and will be emissions free. The Tech Performance is a concept that utilizes instant torque, and will take its passengers from zero to sixty milers per hour in only seven and a half seconds. The SEMA Spark EV has also been equipped with stronger axles, and is packed with lightweight features for enhanced performance, that have not yet been revealed.
To add to the awesomeness of the car, it will be equipped with a backlit bowtie emblem on the grille of the vehicle, have green stitching on the steering wheel, and features a “flip-up” activation switch to add a bit of fun high-performance touch of style to the already cool car. The outside of the SEMA Spark EV is just as decked out as the interior. It comes with a ground effects package, that was created by 3dCarbon. Chevy made a design change to the front fascia and chin spoiler, added an upgraded sound system, and for an extra special touch, the compact car will feature ambient lighting.
This green(er) version of the car has no release date scheduled, but will definitely make an appearance at the SEMA show, so make sure to look for it!