Chevrolet is set to electrify the market with its 2024 Blazer EV lineup, boasting three distinct trims designed to cater to a variety of driving needs.
Chevrolet’s 2024 Blazer EV lineup will feature three distinctive trims.
The Blazer EV SS is projected to produce 557 horsepower.
The 2024 Blazer EV lineup caters to a variety of budget ranges.
1. What can customers expect from the 2024 Chevrolet Blazer EV lineup?
The 2024 Blazer EV lineup consists of three distinct electric vehicle models designed to cater to various driving needs and budgets. The Blazer will be available in 2LT, RS and SS trims, with a starting price of under 60 000$ for the base 2LT model.
2. What sets the dual-motor Blazer EV RS AWD model apart?
The dual-motor Blazer EV RS AWD model boasts a sportier look, 21-inch wheels with a unique finish, ventilated front seats, heated rear seats, a heads-up display, and animated exterior lighting, offering a comprehensive and premium driving experience.
3. How does the single-motor Blazer EV RS RWD model compare to other EVs in the market?
With an anticipated driving range of up to 515 km and a base price on par with the AWD variant, the single-motor Blazer EV RS RWD model offers competitive value as it offers above market-average range. For non-Canadian markets, i.e., non snowy markets, this variant might be the one to go for.
4. What features does the 2LT AWD model offer?
The 2LT AWD model features a 17.7-inch infotainment touchscreen, an 11-inch digital instrument cluster, a heated steering wheel, Evotex seating, wireless phone charging, an AutoSense power liftgate, and 360-degree surround cameras, making it a tech-rich and comfort-oriented option. Its FWD counterpart will command a price tag below the $60,000 mark.
5. What can customers look forward to in the high-performance Blazer EV SS and the budget-friendly 2LT FWD variant?
The high-performance Blazer EV SS, projected to produce 557 horsepower, can achieve 0-96 km/h in under four seconds with the WOW (Wide open Watts) function. These performance figures are proportional to the price that the SS will command, though, as it will undoubtedly surpass the $75,000 threshold. The budget-friendly 2LT FWD variant, on the other hand, offers a significant driving range of approximately 471 km and is expected to be priced under $60,000, making it eligible for federal and provincial incentives of up to $12,000.