Chevrolet has arrived at the SEMA show in Las Vegas later with four customized versions of its new Spark minicar. Typically, automakers head to SEMA with aftermarket (and in-house) accessorized versions of their latest products, so the inclusion of the Spark is hardly a surprise.
The pink Spark is, not surprisingly, designed to raise awareness for breast cancer and the American Cancer Society. Swathed in Techno Pink paint, it took a walk through the Chevrolet Accessories department to pick up its ground effects package and Z-spec grille. Inside, it gains a pink suede headliner and pink trim n its pillars, instrument panel and seat piping.
Next up is the bright red Spark Z-Spec concept, which wears Salsa Red paint. Like the pink spark, it has been accessorized with a number of products available through Chevrolet's accessories department, including Z-spec ground effects, a unique grille and body graphics. On the performance end of things, it gains a front lowering kit with coil-over springs and adjustable rear springs plus 15-inch split spoke wheels.
Resplendent in its multi colored paint scheme, the "Color Run" Spark will serve as the official pace car for the national urban 5K races noted for the way they encourage runners to spray each other in bright colors at each kilometer completed. Chevy's accessories department was once again called upon to deliver a ground effects kit and grille.
Finally, the all-black Spark Sinister concept has its own rally-inspired interior and exterior cues. Unlike its siblings, it features custom body work and a rear diffuser surrounding twin exhaust pipes. Big 18-inch Bahia Red wheels are wrapped in Z-rated rubber. The Spark Sinister sits lower to the ground thanks to an unspecified lowering kit, too.
Live photos by Andrew Ganz.