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Tuesday, November 27, 2012

General Motors' new electric car, the Chevrolet Spark, goes on sale next summer only in California and Oregon.

The car will be Chevy's first all-electric vehicle. The much-discussed Chevrolet Volt runs in all-electric mode but comes with a back-up gas engine.

The 2014 Spark, a tiny hatchback that will boast big technology — the Detroit Free Press is reporting that the car will offer Apple's virtual assistant, Siri, and recharge its batteries in 20 minutes. It will also carry a relatively diminutive price tag: less than $25,000 after the U.S. federal tax credit is taken into consideration.

Read more at Sustainable Business Oregon.

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