Starting with the front of the car, the focus of this area as usual is still Chevy’s signature “bow-tie” heatsink with a horizontal bar from the outer frame running through the radiator with the Chevy logo in the middle. Overall, this equipment is somewhat thornier like Blazer/Trailblazer than round like Cruze. The upper slim lights are daytime lights while the lower light clusters are in charge of the main lighting.
The side windows of the Chevrolet coupe hybrid SUV are particularly similar to the Blazer except in areas that are forced to narrow because of the curved roof structure of the SUV hybrid coupe, while the wheels are taken from the Trailblazer RS.
Nothing more can be said about the remaining areas of this new project because the camouflage is still too thick and the rear lights are just temporary lights. The exhaust system shows that underneath the bonnet is still an internal combustion engine.
According to previous GMAuthority, the coupe hybrid SUV will use the Trailblazer chassis but the Blazer design (at least from the B-pillar and forward) and the rear half is completely new, but this reveal of the car shows that GM is Experiment with new directions.
The size of the coupe-hybrid SUV is between the small Trailblazer and the mid-size Blazer, thereby partially completing the 3-SUV lineup like compatriots Jeep or Ford. The car is expected to launch in the second half of 2023.
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