In 2012, Chevrolet hinted at a small performance coupe when it teased the 130R concept at the Detroit Auto show. A small rear wheel drive coupe that looked more than capable of taking on the Subaru BRZ and Toyota FR-S had gearheads excited. Sadly, in a recent interview with Mark Ruess, product chief at General Motors, Automotive News reports that a small performance car is not in the cards. While Ruess states Chevy is good at building these types of cars, there are several hurdles that led to this decision. Slow sales after the first year and a small market have affected similar cars like the FR-S, which saw close to a 30% drop in volume the second year. For now, Chevy will focus on performance packages, like its recently released stage kit and exhaust package for the Sonic, and expand them to other models.