The Spark EV arrived as a 2014 model and ran through this past summer as a 2016 model and provided 82 miles of electric range. In comparison, the 2017 Bolt EV musters 238 miles of electric range from its battery pack.
Over its three model years, the Spark EV sold 7,400 copies across California, Oregon and Maryland. On the contrary, Chevrolet said it’s expecting to sell 1,200 Bolt EVs during the month of January alone. 600 2017 Bolt EV sales were tallied during its launch month of December in the state of California.
The focus will continue to revolve around Bolt EV as the main electric vehicle in Chevrolet’s lineup, and the Volt and Malibu Hybrid will also receive extra attention with the Spark EV officially out of the picture.