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Auto Expo 2010: Chevrolet e-Spark, an electric car for the average Indian car buyer

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The Reva NXG concept car looks aggressive, like it wants to hunt down anyone who says that all electric cars needs to look silly. The Chevrolet Spark concept, too, looks pretty darn good for a little car. The two companies are working together on an all-electric car for the Indian market and it was revealed at the New Delhi Auto Show this week. Sadly, the look of the car is a big bag of yawn.

The car in question is the Chevrolet e-Spark, and it would be India's first four-door electric vehicle. The outside is simply the standard Indian-spec Spark, but Reva's EV powertrain sits underhood. Detailed information on this car is scarce, but we hear it will have both regular drive and boost modes as well as regenerative brakes. There might also be an option to get the car with either lead acid or lithium-ion batteries. Production should start sometime this year.

[source: Bikencar | Live Images: Indianautosblog]

Auto Expo 2010: Chevrolet e-Spark, an electric car for the average Indian car buyer originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 08 Jan 2010 08:32:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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