Chevrolet announced its plans for this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show (IAA) and they includes a lot of good news for customers as almost the entire lineup is being updated with new features. But one particular car caught our eye, and that’s the Spark Bubble Edition.
Now, the fact that you can’t call a car ‘Bubble’ aside, they are also offering the option to have those bubbles that adorn the front fenders – hence the name – painted in pink. It’s a shame really, because the rest of the car is actually pretty nice. Not a big deal though, as you can rip those bubble stickers off the moment you come out of the showroom; or maybe even while your inside, just to annoy the salesmen!
The Spark Bubble comes with sporty bumper, side rocker moldings, 15-inch white painted alloy wheels that give the car a more luxurious, sort of, look than the normal Spark. Inside, you get better instrument cluster and trims, as well as a radio with Bluetooth, CD and USB. Electronic Stability Control (ESC) also comes as standard.
In other Chevy-related IAA news, the Aveo gains a rear view camera; the Cruze gets a 110 hp (81 kW) variant of the1.7L diesel with 99 g/km CO2 rating, and Side Bind Zone Alert on LTZ trim; the Orlando gets parking assist system; and the Trax gets a 2WD 1.4 liter version.