The 2014 Chevy Spark EV is setting a new standard in retail electric vehicles, with an unprecedented 82 miles of range when fully charged, and an EPA-estimated 119 MPGe fuel-economy equivalent.

According to GM, the 2014 Chevy Spark EV can save its owners up to $9,000 in fuel costs over a five-year period.

The 2014 Spark’s range is just another example of how Chevrolet offers industry leading technology and performance for every segment.

Chevy Spark

2013 Chevy Spark

The Spark EV will first be sold in California and Oregon before becoming available for Cedar Rapids and Iowa City drivers.

Chevy Spark will Have Efficiency and Power

GM says that the Spark EV will be the first vehicle on the market to offer recently approved SAE combo charger technology for fast charging. The system allows the Spark EV to recharge the majority of its capacity in about 20 minutes.

Electric range isn’t the only area where the 2014 Chevy Spark EV excels. Pam Fletcher, GM executive chief engineer, said the Spark puts out 400 lb-ft of torque thanks to its innovative electric motor. To put that number into perspective, the base Chevy Camaro with a 3.6L V6 puts out 278 lb.-ft of torque.

The powerful electric motor will give the Spark EV a 0-60 time below eight seconds. Clearly, the image of the slow-moving, sleep-inducing electric vehicle can be thrown out the window.

Cedar Rapids and Iowa City: Find a Chevy Spark Here



Call Pat McGrath Chevyland today at 888-406-6073 to learn more about our current Chevy Spark inventory. We have many fuel-efficient vehicles waiting for a free test drive, including the Chevy Volt, Cruze, Malibu, and more.

You can even get started right now by filling out a Pre-Approval Form. We’ll help you get the financing you need, no matter what you’re current credit situation.