2018 Chevy Blazer Upcoming Info
2018 Chevy Blazer – Chevrolet engineers have been spotted testing a new crossover that could revive the name Blazer. We know that Chevrolet has been busy restructuring its crossover line to better meet the needs of the consumer in general. This meant that the 2018 Chevrolet Equinox would shrink, the 2018 Chevrolet Traverse would remain full size and a new medium-sized crossover will emerge to close the gap.
Now that the 2018 Chevrolet Equinox has indeed been re-imagined as a compact crossover to make the battle with the Honda CR-Vs and Toyota RAV4s of the world, we have our first glimpse of the medium-sized crossover brand.
2018 Chevy Blazer Prototype
Prototypes 2018 Chevy Blazer such as the one spotted today have been tested since February of this year, but these first equipment was covered with heavy camouflage masking the true identity of the vehicle; It was originally thought that this CUV was actually a prototype for the next generation Chevy Traverse. However, now running with part of its body of production-intent exposed, it is clear that the CUV in question is significantly shorter than Traverse today, leading to speculation that it is in Made Chevrolet medium-sized utility vehicle. In the pipeline for the last two years, Chevy’s medium-sized CUV will slot between the Equinox and the larger Traverse. In fact, the current launch of the average CUV was one of the main reasons Chevy reduced its latest model Equinox.
2018 Chevy Blazer Rumor
Rumor to be called 2018 Chevy Blazer, the Chevrolet crossover will be largely based on the latest Acadia GMC. A comparison image between the prototype and Acadia is included in our gallery. The next Traverse, for its part, will be essentially a stretched version of the Blazer. The CUV will likely represent the Blazer name and will share the same C1 or Chi platform as the Acadia GMC 2017. There is no confirmation, it is the 2018 Chevrolet Blazer, but it looks like a Chevrolet, and the overall size and profile identical to the Acadia 2017. We can spot a traditional Chevrolet grid under the camouflage and the taillights recall the rear lights of the Equinox 2018. Chevrolet told us when unveiling the Equinox 2018, it has big plans for its cross-wallet now that its car company is up to par. This means it is likely that we could see the 2018 Chevrolet Traverse and 2018 Chevrolet Blazer both in 2017 after the Equinox goes on sale in the first quarter of 2017.