The all-new Chevrolet Tracker has been introduced at the 2019 Shanghai Motor Show this week ahead of an expected arrival in China and other developing markets later this year.
The Tracker is another crossover for emerging markets based on General Motors’ new GEM platform. Positioned as an entry-level b-segment crossover targeted at the so-called Internet generation, it has an angular and youthful appearance that is complemented by modern-looking LED headlights and taillights.
There will also be a Tracker Redline available from launch, which Chevrolet China says has “an even more dynamic appearance.” This model receives black Chevrolet bowties in the front and back, a gloss black grille, black 17-inch 10-spoke wheels, and red and black exterior elements.
Unlike the 2020 Chevrolet TrailBlazer, which is expected to replace the current Chevrolet Trax in the U.S. and Canada, this global Chevrolet Tracker is not expected to be sold here. The GEM platform was designed for developing automotive markets specifically, such as China, Latin America, and Southeast Asia, so you won’t see any vehicles with this platform in the U.S. and Canada.
The TrailBlazer, by comparison, rides on the new GM VSS-F platform, or Vehicle Strategy Set – Front, which is a new flexible platform that is expected to underpin numerous future GM cars and crossovers for global consumption.
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