The Chevy Spark will finally make its way to the U.S. after a series of delays and was confirmed on Twitter.
Chevrolet has just announced its smallest car for the U.S. market will enter production this month. GreenCarReports has confirmed with GM's executive director of North American product communications Jason Laird that the subcompact model will arrive "next year." The Spark will launch during the first half of 2012 as a 2013 year model. Chevy's Spark is a five-door hatch has already made it to several Asian markets and this will mark the first the time the little hatch has made it to these shores.
The mini is equipped with a 1.0-liter 4-cylinder fuel-efficient motor. The car will slot into the A-segment mini. The Spark was announced with the recently-dropped Chevy Orlando miniature minivan. Chevy's restructuring during the recession postponed the Spark's arrival by more than a year. The new Spark will give Chevy representation in every segment in the U.S. market and it was initially confirmed on Twitter via Chevy's Laird.