The 2013 Chevy Corvette Stingray had been headlining Chevy news in the weeks leading up to the Geneva auto show, but now that it’s here, Chevy enthusiasts are able to view all that Chevy is bringing to the table this year.
First up is the all-new, battery-powered Chevy Spark. With capabilities up to 130 horsepower, Chevy is already claiming that the Spark will quickly become the first in its class.
The battery-powered compact has been engineered to accept AC or DC fast charging from the socket found above the left front wheel. The battery is said to be fully charged within seven hours of plugging in, allowing easy, emission-free driving.
The Chevy Trax is a new small SUV which will be hitting the market shortly. The Trax concept debuted at the 2007 New York auto show, and has undergone a lot of redesigning. A full five years later, Chevy is ready to unveil the mini-SUV everywhere except the U.S.
The Chevy Captiva underwent minor cosmetic surgery for its new 2013 line, and features new bumpers and lights.
The Geneva Auto Show is ongoing until March 17th. Stay tuned for more info on Chevy’s international impression as it unfolds!