General Motors unveils the 2024 Chevy Blazer EV Police Pursuit Vehicle (PPV) in new video, designed to meet the demands of law enforcement with advanced features.
The 2024 Chevy Blazer EV PPV is General Motors’ first electric police pursuit vehicle.
Powered by a 400V AWD system, the Blazer EV PPV offers up to 498 hp and 531 lb-ft of instant torque.
With a 105 kWh battery and 400V DC fast charging, the electric Blazer PPV provides an estimated range of 400 kilometers.
General Motors has introduced the 2024 Chevy Blazer EV Police Pursuit Vehicle (PPV) in a new promotional video, showcasing impressive performance and police-specific features tailored to meet the demands of law enforcement duties.
The iconic Chevy Blazer SUV has now entered the electric era, with GM revealing the highly anticipated Chevy Blazer EV last year. Based on the cutting-edge Ultium platform, the electric Blazer boasts a modern design, enhanced performance capabilities, and advanced technology. The lineup comprises four trims, including the 1LT, 2LT, SS, and RS versions, with the work ready Police Pursuit Vehicle (PPV) edition designed specifically for law enforcement applications.
GM’s fleet management business, “GM Envolve,” presents a compelling video offering an in-depth look at the Chevy Blazer EV PPV’s specialized features. Among its notable attributes are a heavy-duty suspension, underbody skid plates, and 20-inch steel wheels, all engineered to withstand rigorous law enforcement requirements.
The Chevy Blazer EV PPV is powered by a robust 400V AWD system, delivering an impressive output of up to 498 hp and 531 lb-ft of instant torque. Leveraging the advantages of the Ultium platform, the SUV achieves optimal weight distribution and a low center of gravity, ensuring dynamic driving capabilities for law enforcement professionals.
Equipped with a 105 kWh battery, the Chevy Blazer EV PPV offers an estimated range of 400 kilometers, accounting for traditional emergency equipment requirements. Keyless entry and contactless ignition features are integrated into the vehicle, enabling quick response times for law enforcement officers while on duty.
Inside the cabin, the police-rated Blazer EV provides essential features such as a rear camera mirror and available disabled back door handles, enhancing convenience and functionality during daily operations.
The Chevy Blazer EV PPV is designed to support 400V DC fast charging, boasting an impressive range of up to 114 kilometers in just 10 minutes or approximately 225 kilometers in 30 minutes.
Chevrolet has recently disclosed pricing and range details for various Blazer EV trims. The 2LT AWD starts at $63,298 with a range of 446 kilometers, while the RS AWD begins at $73,298, also offering 512 kilometers of range. The Blazer RS AWD will be the first to launch this summer, followed by the RS RWD and 2LT AWD, scheduled for production this fall. The Chevy Blazer EV PPV sets a new standard for high-performance electric vehicles in the law enforcement sector, meeting the unique needs of officers while contributing to the advancement of green mobility initiatives.