It’s no secret that we’re quite taken by the looks of the all-new 2019 Blazer, as Chevrolet designers did a great job designing a very attractive midsize crossover that also stands out from the pack. But there is one detail that we can only appreciate up close – a small illuminated Chevy bowtie integrated into the bottom of each taillamp cluster.
It’s a nice touch that demonstrates Chevy’s ability to pay attention to the details. Though it probably won’t result in Chevy selling any more units of the new Blazer, we look at the feature as icing on the cake for what is already a great design. We can also see Chevy sales people showing it off as a cool feature when doing a walk-around of the Blazer’s exterior to potential customers.
- Check out our real-world sighting of a Red Hot 2019 Blazer for a complete run-down of the new crossover’s various design cues.
In addition to a great looking rear-end, the 2019 Blazer flaunts the most aggressive front fascia we’ve ever seen on a Chevrolet crossover that includes a lighting execution that separates the headlamps from the LED daytime running lamps – a first for a Chevrolet model.
The side profile, meanwhile, features a blacked-out A-pillar along with a very unique D-pillar execution. The combination makes it seem as if the roof look is “floating” on top of the vehicle.