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Chevrolet Beat spied in China

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pow    106

This car will replace the current Chevrolet Spark (Daewoo Matiz). It does seem to resemble the concept...

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In case you forgot what the concept looked like...

beat-concept.jpg

The 1998-present model...

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thegriffon    5
This car will replace the current Chevrolet Spark (Daewoo Matiz). It does seem to resemble the concept...

beat1.jpg

beat.jpg

In case you forgot what the concept looked like...

beat-concept.jpg

The 1998-present model...

340764802_3ce96685af.jpg

That's the new M200 Matiz, not the 1998 M100 model currently built in China.

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PurdueGuy    72
that spark/matiz looks horrible.

....those 13" wheels? lol

A company can really bring down the cost of the spare "doughnuts" in it's mainstream cars when those same wheels become the standard wheels of a car like this. :AH-HA_wink:

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ocnblu    719
I really hope this gets imported here as the next Caprice Classic LS Brougham.

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that spark/matiz looks horrible.

....those 13" wheels? lol

Yet it's spacious for its size, economical, very nimble to drive around town, and reliable. It's held its own in the European market, and for a Korean car that's commendable.

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I just hope we get it and it smashes Scion to $h!.

I doubt it, because Scion don't offer anything in the A-segment.

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cavalier36    7

if they build this and it gets close to 42ish MPG then I think it would sell. does anyone know what engine this would have? this looks ALOT better than the smart car. even if you would put say a 1.4L 4 cylinder in it it would be more than enough to power this. do all that and price it around 10K.

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