GM’s Next Electric Car Is the Chevrolet Blazer

 

Chevy Blazer photo
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There are extra selections than ever for electrical vehicles, particularly as older corporations like Normal Motors and Ford are beginning to create electrical variations of their gasoline and hybrid vehicles. GM has now (partially) revealed one other upcoming mannequin: the Chevrolet Blazer EV.

Mary Barra, the CEO of Normal Motors, revealed the Chevrolet Blazer EV in a tweet at the moment. There aren’t any particulars concerning the automobile, besides the offered photograph and the promise of extra particulars approaching July 18. The high-quality print on the backside of the photograph additionally confirms the automobile shall be obtainable within the spring of 2023.

The unique Blazer was the Chevrolet K5 Blazer, launched in 1969, which was a full-size SUV with a detachable high. GM later reworked it right into a extra cab-like design and not using a detachable high, which additionally served as the bottom for the Suburban. The automobile entered manufacturing once more in December 2018 as a mid-size crossover SUV, however with none electrical or hybrid choices.

The electrical Blazer within the photograph appears to be like a bit completely different than the common gas-powered 2022 Blazer — the headlights have a extra streamlined design, for one. TechCrunch reports that the automobile will use GM’s Ultium EV platform, the identical tech used within the Hummer EV, Cadillac Lyriq, and different fashions.

It doesn’t matter what the ultimate particulars shall be, the Blazer EV shall be getting into an increasingly-crowded market. BMW simply revealed an electrical SUV earlier this month, the iX1, and Ford has began delivery its highly-anticipated electrical F-150 pickup truck to clients.

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