General Engines will resume marketing its models on the European market. This was announced by its board of directors last may and, little by little, they are strengthening their ranges of all-electric models to carry out their reconquest of the old continent. Chevyfor its part, officially presented its new electric SUV, the Blazer EV, which is presented as one of the biggest rivals to beat for the current Ford Mustang Mach-E or the Tesla Model Y in the North American market.
The aforementioned landing of North American automakers in Europe will bring with it a large part of its range of electric models, among which would be those signed by Chevrolet. However, it won’t be the only company returning to Europe, as General Motors’ plans include others like Cadillac or even rebirth Hummer.
Among the models selected for it, Americans should have the recently presented Cadillac Lyriq and the Electric Hummer, the only model he owns. Chevrolet, for its part, could do the same with the Blazer EV, as it positions itself as one of the most proactive models to expand the brand’s marketing across the globe. However, For the moment, the company’s board of directors has not taken a position on the matter, despite the fact that its biggest rivals are marketed in Europe..
Aesthetically, the Chevrolet Blazer EV is completely muscular, with numerous appendages simulating ventilation inlets and outlets, as well as a very characteristic light signature on its front, which crosses the entire width of the model and even illuminates the well-known logo of the company. The profile details generous wheels with a diameter between 19 and 22 inches (depending on the finish), as well as a rather remarkable ground clearance. Finally, its rear features numerous appliques with a gloss black finish and Y-shaped headlights.
The passenger compartment shows great qualities of quality and technological finish. The dual screen is attached to the dashboard, an 11-inch dedicated to the digital instrumentation and a 17.7-inch for the infotainment system. The interior habitability will be one of the largest representatives of the models, since its wheelbase is 3,271 mm, above its main rivals, the Ford Mustang Mach-E (2,984 mm) and the Tesla Model Y (2 890mm). .
The Chevrolet Blazer will have different mechanical and trim levels. Access, called 1LT, will have a single electric motor and a range of up to 395 kilometers; Then the 2LT will be positioned, with 468 kilometers of autonomy, an electric motor and all-wheel drive.
In the higher versions, RS and SS, the model will have a single or dual engine, as well as rear or all-wheel drive. The variant with the greatest autonomy will have up to 512 kilometers, while the SS (the sportiest) will present up to 464 kilometers and a power of 565 CV. The charging system will have a maximum power of 190 kW, with which it will be able to refuel up to 125 kilometers after 10 minutes of connection.
For the moment, nothing has been officially communicated on this model finally landing in Europe, even if such a possibility should not be excluded. In the American market, the model starts at a price of $44,995, while the variant with more range (RS) starts at $51,995.