Chevrolet revives another old nameplate
Positioned between the tiny Chevrolet Trax and larger Equinox, the 2021 Chevrolet Trailblazer is an all-new crossover. There are very few details available right now. General Motors is teasing consumers with a few images and a few interesting details. The 2021 Chevrolet Trailblazer is scheduled to show up in dealerships in early 2020.
Hot on the heels of the recently introduced, mildly interesting Chevrolet Blazer, the Trailblazer is not truck–based SUV like its predecessor. Honestly, the older Trailblazer from a decade back was kind of meh. This new looks like much the same, including its Camaro-like front end treatment.
“The Trailblazer’s great design enables more personalization,” said Steve Majoros, director of Chevrolet passenger car and crossover marketing. “Trailblazer is a continuation of the design language for Chevy’s crossover family and extends our momentum into one of the industry’s fastest-growing segments.”
Chevrolet is including a few high end safety features, including:
- Front Pedestrian Braking
- Automatic Emergency Braking and
- Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning.
Options will include:
- Adaptive Cruise Control
- RS trim with standard two-tone roof
- Rear Park Assist and a
- High Definition Rear Vision Camera
“These features deliver added confidence and peace of mind behind the wheel, helping drivers monitor the vehicle’s surroundings and the driving environment with an available combination of camera, short-range radars and ultrasonic sensors,” said Majoros.
No details about its powertrain, engine, EPA numbers or prices are available. We will know more by the beginning of 2020. Stay tuned for more updates, and check out our review of the TrailBlazer’s big brother below: