Jun 24, 2018 - 07:13 pm

Chevy’s bold sense of Schadenfreude


We thought “Schadenfreude” is a German-only trait but it appears that GM got their share of it. Following the recent burn out of a Tesla vehicle in motion, they offered the owners a brand new Chevy Bolt.

The claim behind the generous if not self-forgetting offer: Chevy wanted to make sure the owner would have “a more dependable electric vehicle to drive”. Thank god the Bolt is not called the Spark EV anymore.



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  1. jim stack

    Hey don’t pick on the SPARK EV. It was a best buy for 5 years and half the price of the Bolt. Too bad they stopped making it.
    As to the fire they are still checking as to what caused it. A Spark is only dangerous near a volatile gas vehicle.

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