The third generation model, codenamed M300, was developed by General Motors of South Korea and produced from 2009 to 2015 in various Asian countries.
|“||Chevrolet rightly got a lot of attention for a trio of exciting subcompact concepts unveiled in 2007 at the New York International Auto Show, and the enthusiastic public response has borne fruit—the Beat Concept has leapt from the showfloor to a production model with few changes other than the name. It’s now the Spark, and it aims to bring big style and fun to the growing urban runabout class. While the Spark isn’t going to frighten any Corvettes at the dragstrip, the chassis is solid and eager, and Forza’s Upgrade Shop gives you plenty of options for creating the ideal driver. The Spark also has one of the most interesting (and fun) dashboards around, with a large conventional speedometer next to a digital readout showing a tachometer band and other useful information. Whether you’re into the perky proportions or the tuning potential, the Spark puts a lot of authentic concept car DNA into a small and entertaining package.||”|
The Spark was designed as a fuel efficient city car that is based on a typical front-engine, front-wheel drive layout. Although it is powered by a mediocre 1.2 litre inline-four engine with 81 hp, it only weighs 1905 lbs (864 kg) and has an unusually low front weight distribution of 47%, making it a solid base for performance upgrades.
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- The Chevrolet Spark requires 37,6 seconds to go from 60 to 100 mph in Forza Motorsport 4.