When Chevy came out with the higher priced longer range Bolt it stopped making the affordable 100 mile range SPARK EV. It was about 1/3 the cost and about 1/3 the range. It's one of my favorite Electrics but is no longer available. That's very similar to the famous EV1 that was stopped and since it was only leased they took them all back and crushed them. Lucky the Chevy S-10 EV1 drive train pickup truck had been sold to mostly Utility companies and survived. The controller and batteries were the same but the chassis and body were of course different. So why crush anything? I think Chevy could have had a lot more sales if they had both the SPARK and Bolt. But as we can see by the numbers of Bolts sold they only need to meet there 25,000 requirement and made about 23,500. What will 2018 bring from Chevy?