Aside from the midengine Corvette, the focus for Chevrolet is on updating its crossovers, pickups and SUVs to stay competitive in the coming years.
After the launch of redesigned Chevy and GMC pickups, attention is turning to full-size SUVs next year. Expect both brands to freshen their most-popular vehicles — many sooner than previously expected — and add crossover models.
Spark: The minicar arrived in dealerships last summer with a freshened exterior and additional active safety technology, including optional low-speed automatic braking. The changes and low price of the car helped sales increase 4.5 percent last year and 20 percent in the first six months of 2019. Production of the Spark is expected to end in 2021, though Chevy could grant the nameplate a reprieve or transfer the name onto an all-electric vehicle.