Chevy Spark gets more chrome, new tech for 2019by Justin King
The front end has been slightly restyled to better mesh with the rest of the current Chevrolet line.
General Motors has revealed several refreshed Chevrolet models, including the 2019 Spark.
The budget mini-car features more chrome and a slightly restyled front end that brings the model into line with Chevy's latest design language, with lowered LED daytime running lights and new dual-element taillights.
The refresh introduced low-speed automatic emergency braking, claimed to be a first for the segment.
The Spark is available in four different trim levels, including the Activ with a 10mm lifted ride height and "crossover-inspired" design cues. All come standard with air conditioning and a rear-vision camera system.
The first 2019 models will begin arriving in showrooms later this year.