Four Chevrolet Spark concepts lit it up at SEMA, celebrating Z-Spec accessories, five-kilometer runs, breast cancer awareness month and the mere awesomeness of being sinister. The Salsa Red Z-Spec Spark wore a basket of parts currently available from Chevrolet dealers like a ground effects kit, Carbon Flash and Dark Argent accented trim pieces, split-spoke wheels and a lowered suspension.

The kaleidoscopic Color Run concept points to the Spark's use as the pace car for the nationwide series of 5K runs. On the show floor it was decorated with Z-Spec bits as well – white wheels and custom seats – but even so, it can't be fully appreciated until it hits the race course and is doused throughout the route with corn starch. The Techno Pink Spark gives a nod to the American Cancer Society with a pink headliner and pink accents outside and in.

At the other end is the Carbon Flash Metallic and Bahia Red Spark Sinister concept, wearing upgrades like fender flares over 18-inch wheels, a lowered stance, and rear spoiler and dual exhaust tips. Details on the quartet are below, and all have been captured in the gallery of high-res photos above. Chevrolet Spark Concepts at SEMA

Spark Z-Spec concept
The Spark Z-Spec demonstrates a cohesive and branded package of enhancements drawn from accessories already available through Chevrolet dealers – giving the cheeky Spark a definite attitude. The Salsa Red concept is distinguished from production models with:

-Chevrolet Accessories ground effects kit (body color)
-Chevrolet Accessories Z-spec grille with Carbon Flash-painted surround
-Grille surrounds, headlamp housings, fog lamp bezels, belt moldings and rear diffuser painted Dark Argent
-Z-Spec body graphics in matte black
-Chevrolet Performance licensed front lowering coil-over springs and rear adjustable springs
-Concept 15x6-inch split-spoke wheels in Dark Argent with Salsa Red inserts and tire stripes
-Lowered ride height
-Seats trimmed with Salsa Red inserts
-Front door and instrument panel inserts in Salsa Red
-Chevrolet Accessories stainless steel pedal covers and sill plates
-Chevrolet MyLInk color touch screen.

Spark Sinister concept
The aggressive-looking Spark Sinister concept blends rally-inspired exterior cues with a black appearance for a night-racing aesthetic that looks at home in the shadows of a city's industrial district. Its content includes:

-Dramatic body work with bold rocker fairings, a rear diffuser with dual exhaust outlets, rear wing spoiler and a front fascia with large air intakes
-Prominent fender flares to cover large, 18x6-inch split-spoke wheels – in Bahia Red – and low-profile performance tires: 205/40ZR18 (front) and 225/40ZR18 (rear)
-Lowered ride height
-Carbon Flash Metallic exterior with Bahia Red accents and matte-black graphics.

'The Color Run' Spark
Chevrolet Spark is the official pace car of The Color Run – a popular, nationwide series of urban 5K races in which thousands of participants are doused from head to toe in different colors for each kilometer – and it leads the pack in a colorful display of its own. A custom, multihued graphics package gives the Spark a post-race appearance while a Chevrolet Accessories ground effects kit and Z-Spec grille give it a sportier profile. The production 15-inch split spoke wheels are painted white, but don't stay that way once color-dousing participants shower this one-of-a-kind pace car with colored corn starch along the route. Inside, custom seat with The Color Run graphics are featured, along with Chevrolet Accessories stainless steel pedal covers and sill plates.

'Pink Out' Spark Cancer Awareness Concept
Chevrolet takes a stand against breast cancer and supports the American Cancer Society with a Techno Pink Spark that's adorned with pink ribbon graphics. It also wears Chevrolet Accessories ground effects and a Z-spec grille. Inside, pink accent colors – including a pink suede headliner, pillar trim, instrument panel trim and accent piping – round out the cause-inspired theme. More information about American Cancer Society's breast cancer-fighting programs is available at www.cancer.org.


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