Low Speed Chevrolet Spark 2011
Pruebas de impacto a baja velocidad del Chevrolet Spark 2011. Note que el dummy no lleva puesto el cinturón de seguridad en la prueba frontal.
Detroit 2009: Chevy Spark playing to a familiar Beat
While details remain sparse, General Motors rolled out its three-door Beat Concept from the 2007 New York Auto Show, promising that a version of the car will be produced beginning in 2010 for foreign markets, and for the US in 2011. Oddly, unlike the three-door sub-Aveo sized hatch that rolled on to this morning's main stage, the production Spark figures to be a five-door hatchback capable of delivering 40 miles-per-gallon in the city. Officials indicate that a production version of the Spark will roll out at the Geneva Motor Show in March, and AB readers have already seen development prototypes running around.
"PLAN AHEAD" Chevrolet BEAT, all for this feeling....
Chevrolet BEAT Plan Ahead campaign.
Agency: Wieden + Kennedy, Delhi
Creatives: Hemant Anant Jain, Dan Berkowitz
Account Management: Shreekant. S, Tushar Mehta & Ankit kumar
Director: Bharat Sikka
DOP: Tassaduk Hussain
Date of Launch: 8/1/2011
Chevrolet BEAT review - Part II
***Long Term Ownership Review - Beyond 30,000 km now on my blog, http://goo.gl/bEzTf ***
2nd part of the review for my new car Chevrolet Beat, also known as Chevrolet Spark outside India
Autobots Attack Chicago! Chevrolet Transformers @ 2009 CAS
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Of the many things that the first Transformers movie has done for Chevrolet, perhaps the most predictable is the opportunity for company execs to make really dreadful puns at today's press conference announcing its involvement with the sequel: Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.
Here's a sampling: We don't consider these vehicles movie stars; we think of them as movie cars. Or how about this inevitable one: We're transforming the Chevrolet brand.
According to the company, it also increased awareness of the Camaro by 97 percent.
Anyway, Chevrolet rolled out all five of the vehicles it has placed in the new movie. We've seen the Camaro-based Bumblebee. We'd seen spy shots of the purple Volt (that's actually a stock Malibu under the skin). We knew about the little Beat -- although we didn't know that it would be painted in a decidedly snowmobile-like scheme. And then there was the Mudflap, played by the small Traxx showcar from a few years back. Nobody cared to even look at that.
On center stage was the Corvette styling mock-up concept vehicle. Taking inspiration primarily from the 1963 split-window coupe, the concept is an outlandish-looking bit of kit with quite a number of Exhaust pipes. And the company also constructed a 15-foot-tall Bumblebee in full robot mode. Fanboys rejoice!