Chevrolet has revealed it will roll out a second generation of its next generation Chevrolet Spark car in 2019.
The car will be the company’s first electric vehicle with a range of up to 200 miles, and the first car to be made entirely in the UK.
The Spark is the company\’s answer to the Audi A4, the UK\’s leading luxury plug-in hybrid, which has been on sale in the country for the last six years.
The Spark is also the first plug-into hybrid car to offer a battery system that does not rely on plug-ins.
It is also a first in the world for an electric vehicle to be priced at £49,000 ($62,200).
The new Spark will make its UK debut at the London Motor Show on July 31, 2019, and is set to make its US debut at Auto Show 2019 on January 7, 2020.
The car has been in development for about four years, and will be available to customers in the US and in the European Union starting in 2019 and in 2019 models in Europe beginning in 2020.
It has been a major target for Chevrolet for several years and the car has seen many different versions and configurations, with the most recent version being the 2015 Spark which launched in 2018.
It is expected that the Spark will also be available in Australia, New Zealand and South Africa, and it is expected to be introduced in Japan in 2019, followed by in 2018, 2019 and 2020.
While Chevrolet has previously confirmed that it will continue to make the Spark plug- in hybrid, it has not said what form the car will take.
The company has also not confirmed that the car\’s range will be extended, but it has said it will be at least 80 miles.
It will be interesting to see what the next generation Spark car looks like, but the new plug-up is a clear sign of the company wanting to offer more power and more options for its customers.