Interiors of the fourth-generation Chevrolet Spark (Beat in India) have been revealed through latest spy shots. Looks more stylish.
The next-generation 2016 Chevrolet Spark (Beat) was recently spotted completely undisguised in Korea. While earlier pictures were only covering the exteriors of the vehicle, recent spy shots have now revealed a bit of the interiors of the car. The pictures seem to have been taken while the vehicle was standing in the production line with all parts still not completely fit.
The fourth-generation Chevrolet Spark has a more mature exterior design thanks to its European styling. This attribute seems to have been carried over to the interiors also. Though the car retains the V-shaped dashboard from its predecessor, the centre console’s design now looks more sophisticated and also seems to sport a touch screen infotainment system. A small storage area is also provided just above the glove compartment but does not seem to be of much use. No additional information can be drawn from these spy shots currently.
Chevrolet is planning to unveil the 2016 Spark at the New York and Seoul Auto shows on 2nd April 2015. The 2016 Chevrolet Spark will definitely create an instant buzz when launched in India and will look to attract buyers from all age brackets. Currently GM hasn’t revealed as to when it plans to launch the new Spark in the country but given the second generation model was recently discontinued, we expect the new model to arrive soon. The current Beat will take the position of the discontinued Spark while the new model will replace the Beat.
GM will continue to use the same set of engines on the new Spark when launched in India. Which means a 1.2-litre petrol and 1.0-litre diesel will do duty on the entry-level hatchback. The vehicle has been designed and developed by GM Korea, better known as GMDAT or GM Daewoo Auto Technologies, after all, the first generation Spark is nothing but the cute little Matiz which was renamed post the American automaker took over Daewoo post the latter’s bankruptcy.