Back in 2011, General Motors unveiled the 2013 Chevy Trailblazer for many markets in which it does business with the exception of North America. Months before that, The Bowtie also unveiled the international-market Chevy Colorado midsize pickup, serving as the foundation on which the Trailblazer is built. We really wanted the Chevy Colorado and the Trailblazer to reach U.S. shores. In the case of the former, our wishes have been granted with the 2015 Colorado. But the same isn’t true of the latter… yet.
So we decided to draw up what an American-market Trailblazer would look like if it were to be made available here. We gave it the same attractively-rugged face as the America-market Colorado, and complemented the package with some bolder fender flares.
If it does come to the New World, then the Trailblazer will probably ditch the GMI700 architecture utilized by the global version, and adopt the more capable platform used by the North American market Colorado (and 2015 Canyon), which can be described as a mix between the full-size K2XX and mid-size GMI700.
So, what do you think about the Trailblazer for the U.S.: yay or nay? Comment it up.