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Chevy Beat stars as centerpiece of European young artists competition [w/video]

Young Creative Chevrolet awards – Click above to watch video after the jump

Spy Shots: Chevy Spark spotted as Daewoo Matiz

Daewoo Matiz spy shots - Click above for high-res image gallery

Geneva 2009: Production Chevrolet Spark hanging out at airport, ready for takeoff

Click image above for a high-res gallery of the 2010 Chevrolet Spark

Spy Shots: AB reader spots Chevrolet Beat

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GM product shuffle continues, U.S. to miss out on Orlando, might get Beat

The game of musical chairs in the GM product lineup seems to be continuing unabated with the latest casualty being the Chevrolet Orlando. The Orlando won't even be introduced until next month's Paris Motor Show and is still scheduled to go on sale in Europe and elsewhere in 2009. The Orlando was originally scheduled to be built in the Detroit/Hamtramck assembly plant along with the C

Spy Shots: Chevy Beat finally hits the road

Testing of the Chevy Beat is officially underway, and our friends at NextAutos have procured the first set of spy shots. The camo'd mule is still sporting the short overhangs and upright silhouette of the concept, but GM decided to equip the squat city car with another set of doors to make ingress and egress easier for rear-seat passengers.

GM hopes to make more money on smaller cars

The General, along with the rest of the American automakers, has a long established history of making the most profits from the largest vehicles. Small cars from the Detroit 3 have therefore fallen way behind the imports when it comes to desirability. GM Global Design Chief Ed Welburn went so far as to say, "In North America, we never did a good small car." Ouch. Instead, all the best designs come from overseas, which GM has plenty of experience in. "Today, we are able to draw on resources of de

Downer of the Day: Chevy Beat not coming to U.S.

Click above for more live shots of the Chevy Beat concept

Spy Shots: Possible Chevy Beat mule sighted in U.S.

Whether the Chevy Beat mini-car makes it to the U.S. market is still an open question - although if fuel prices keep climbing it seems increasingly likely. Regardless of its ultimate fate in this market, at least mule vehicles are being tested on U.S. soil. Autoblog reader Rob tipped us off th

Spy Shots: Chevy Beat caught testing in China

We saw the Chevy Beat concept unveiled a year ago, and now a camouflaged mule has been caught testing in China, fueling speculation that the Beat will succeed the Spark in that market. The Beat is certainly far less dowdy than the Spark, which is also sold, sometimes Dan Roth

GM execs watching smart sales, considering sub-sub-compact offering

Click above for a high-res gallery of the Chevrolet Beat Concept.