The Chevrolet Spark EV has been selling right around 100 vehicles each month, and although that isn’t very many, GM says that people are very excited about the car. GM says it is still ramping up distribution of the Spark EV “so some of that (low inventory/sales) is due to getting the product to the dealers.”
On top of that announcement, GM has finally put to rest many of the rumors around DC Fast Charging by confirming that the 2014 Chevy Spark EV will be able to be ordered with the DC Combo fast charge option. Gm has made it official that the option will be offered on the Spark EV in “late December.” Gm also announced that the fast charging option would cost around $800.
Chevrolet is very pleased with the Spark EV sales so far, especially given the limited inventory that is available, and they will be shipping more to California and Oregon dealers. For now, that’s as far as Chevy plans to take the electric Spark.
Right now (for the Spark EV) – just California and Oregon. We’re always evaluating the potential to expand into other markets –but no plans to expand at this time.