More and more vehicle manufacturers are trying to transform existing models into fully electric models. Chevrolet was caught doing road testing regarding the Blazer model. The Chevrolet Blazer was caught testing with a Volkswagen ID.4, which GM may well be benchmarking against.
Of course, the transition from conventional technology to electrification will bring a new color for the SUV. However, big car fans should be disappointed because in this spyshoot the Chevrolet Blazer appears with a more proportional and athletic form.
In appearance, the pull of the design from the front to the back gives a dynamic essence. The front, is not fully installed. This can be seen from the absence of mica headlights and incomplete fenders on the latest Chevrolet Blazer. Even so, the grille and front bumper have been installed nicely.
Although the specifications that are carried are still a mystery, the interior has been slightly enlightened because it looks stacked and is said to be similar to the Silverado EV car.
Still from the page, it is reported that the Chevrolet Blazer is expected to come with the Ultium GM platform, as adopted in the more premium Cadillac Lyric.
With the use of this platform, the electric Chevrolet Blazer is also expected to have a battery capacity of 100 kWh and capable of producing 340 hp.
Previously =Corvette, one of the Chevrolet legends will be available in fully electric after 2023. There are no details regarding the specifications, battery and range used. Chevy only attached the initial video via their Twitter account.