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News The Chevrolet Blazer EV Already in the Testing Phase

The Chevrolet Blazer EV Already in the Testing Phase

The electric Chevrolet Blazer has already been seen testing on the road ahead of its late 2023 introduction.

General Motors may have started its electric shift with luxury or hard-to-get vehicles, but it shouldn’t forget the less fortunate customers. In fact, the announcement earlier this year of an electric Equinox and Blazer certainly appealed to this audience, which doesn’t necessarily need a big, go-anywhere SUV or a heavy, bulky pickup truck.

It is known that the Chevrolet Blazer will be offered in SS livery and will carry the 2024 model year. Well, it seems that the tests are already underway for the brand with the bow tie since prototypes have been seen with a lot of camouflage, but which already show what to expect for this electric variant. Right off the bat, the future electric model won’t have the same shape as the vehicle currently offered in the brand’s dealerships.

The vehicle looks longer and sharper with rather imposing rear fenders, while it is quite clear that the current configuration with headlights installed in a central position under daytime running lights will be kept for this electric chapter of the model. Moreover, the rims and front fenders are already using elements seen in the short videos of Chevrolet to announce the future Blazer. It remains to be seen what details are hidden under this black and white camouflage, but if the first pictures of the Equinox EV are anything to go by, the Blazer EV is likely to look pretty good. At least, the brand’s strategists hope so, because the current Blazer isn’t the most popular model on the market.

Underneath the crossover’s silhouette, the American automaker’s Ultium technology is sure to be hidden. In fact, it wouldn’t be surprising if this new Blazer was a close cousin to the new Cadillac Lyriq, the luxury vehicle that’s coming to market very soon.

The Chevrolet Blazer EV is part of a monster offensive from GM by the end of 2023. Indeed, in addition to the Blazer, the Chevrolet Equinox EV and Silverado EV are worth mentioning, but let’s not forget the Cadillac Celestiq flagship sedan, the electric version of the Escalade, the Sierra pickup truck at GMC, two electric SUVs at Buick and certainly other models that have not yet been unveiled or announced.

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