Essentially sharing a platform with the Opel Karl, which has yet to be introduced to the South African market, the 2016 Spark boasts an evolutionary design that’s particularly evident at the front with traditional, horizontal, headlamps, and more prominent dual grille. The wheelbase is longer than that of the Spark’s predecessor and the overall height is 40 mm lower.
Along the profile there are now distinct character lines on the front and rear doors, as well as a roofline that slopes toward the rear after the A-pillar. A new tail lamp design, integrated roofspoiler and new rear bumper (park distance sensors feature in the images provided) transform the rear end.
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