Surf's up for Chevrolet

5 Aug, 2010 6:59pm Conor Mills

One-off Spark built to celebrate firm's American heritage.

It might be called the Woody, but no trees were harmed in the making of this one-off Spark.

The special Spark Woody supermini marks Chevrolet’s American heritage, and features a three-quarter vinyl wood print wrap which recalls the firm’s timber-framed estate cars of the late 1950s.

Nicknamed woodies, these cheap, spacious cars were frequently used by surfers, hence why the Spark is currently on show at the Boardmasters surf festival held in Newquay every year.

Chevrolet has been promoting its supermini by building various Art Sparks, and this unique creation will go on show at various events before starring at this year’s Young? Creative? Chevrolet! Europe-wide arts competition, which will be judged on the eve of the Paris Motor Show.

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