GM will unveil Spark EV, next-gen MyLink system, and more at L.A. Auto Show.
Among the 50 new vehicle debuts at the L.A. Auto Show, GM has revealed the line-up of vehicles it will bring to the show. Other than the Chevrolet Spark EV, which will make its world debut, the U.S. automaker will also bring out an all-new Impala, the Malibu Turbo, the Sonic RS, Traverse crossover, and Camaro Hot Wheels Edition.
The Camaro was originally shown off at the SEMA show a couple of weeks ago, while the other cars are decidedly older.
The Spark EV is a plug-in, not relying on an internal combustion engine at all. It will be one of the 13 new or significantly redesigned products Chevrolet will release in 2013. Hopefully, GM will reveal more details about the little EV at the show, as it still hasn't let the public know what the car will cost, what its range will be, what kind of power potential buyers can expect, how many will be sold (or leased) or in what markets it will be sold.
Also being displayed to the public at the show will be MyLink, Chevrolet's next-generation infotainment system that promises to bring advanced technologies and a seamless smartphone integration experience. The system will be first used on the 2014 Impala.