DETROIT — General Motors will discontinue the Chevrolet Spark — its smallest and lowest-priced nameplate — after this summer.
Automotive News reported in July that production of the minicar was slated to end in the second half of 2022. GM had not confirmed the Spark's demise until now.
"The Spark is being produced through August 2022, then it will be phased out of Chevrolet's product lineup," brand spokesman Kevin Kelly told Automotive News on Wednesday. "Customers seeking comfort, function and style at an approachable price still have strong options within Chevrolet's family of compact SUVs."
The Trax subcompact crossover, priced from $22,595 with shipping, will become the entry point to Chevrolet.