Here’s The 2020 Chevrolet Tracker Interior25
After partially revealing the all-new 2020 Chevrolet Tracker last month during the 2019 Shanghai Motor Show, General Motors has just shared the very first images of the new small crossover’s interior.
The photographs show that the interior of the 2020 Chevrolet Tracker, a new model that replaces the Trax/Tracker in developing markets such as Latin America and China, features fresh and modern design, with the latest style trends that seek to attract younger consumers. Although it has some traits similar to other Chevrolet models, the cabin has its own interpretation of Chevy’s trademark “dual cockpit” design element.
Unlike the current Tracker, which is simply a first-generation Chevy Trax with a different name, the cockpit of the all-new Tracker features horizontal lines, allowing controls to take up less vertical space. In fact, the center stack features a new “floating” 8-inch, high-definition screen, delivering better visibility due to its higher positioning.
GM states that the 2020 Chevrolet Tracker cabin was designed for the driver. That shows in the positioning of the center stack, which is turned at a seven-degree angle toward the driver, making it both convenient and ergonomic to use. The small CUV also features a new steering wheel design with simplified controls shared with the all-new Onix.
In terms of materials, the new 2020 Chevrolet Tracker features panels covered in a special fabric with a diamond texture that adds a touch of warmth to the cabin. The material is used on the dashboard and the door panel inserts, improving the overall visual experience while providing a material that’s nice to the touch.
In addition to improving design, GM says that the interior of the 2020 Chevrolet Tracker is more comfortable and spacious compared to first-gen Trax/Tracker it replaces thanks to an efficient design. In fact, the new small crossover features more leg room in the second row of seats. It also now features a panoramic roof spanning an area of 9.47 cubic feet.
But to deliver the increased rear seat legroom, the automaker had to sacrifice the cargo space, which decreased from 18.7 to 13.8 cubic feet (with the second row of seats upright).
The 2020 Chevrolet Tracker follows the new Onix as the second member of the new family of vehicles based on the GM GEM platform that the brand will introduce in more than 40 emerging countries around the world, including Latin America and China. It will go on sale in the coming months and, as of right now, is expected to be manufactured in the following two GM plants:
- SAIC-GM Norsom in China
- GM São Caetano do Sul in Brazil
The 2020 Chevrolet Tracker is not expected to be sold in the U.S. or Canada, as these markets will instead get the new Trailblazer to replace the Chevy Trax.
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General Motors need to understand that Americans enjoy large displays as one look at smartphones should tell GM CEO Mary Barra that small displays just don’t work especially if they’re supposed to provide information to the driver at a glance; some smartphones are 7-inches in size which means it’s time for GM to jump to 9 or 10-inches.
Boy you’ve been really active lately on here. Still no substance from your comments. That hasn’t stopped you before thought so I guess it shouldn’t stop you now.
Oh boy omega. You really gotta read:
1. This isn’t for the U.S. market.
2. A bigger display doesn’t necessarily mean better due to tactile controls and something called “reach space”. Read some white papers about HMI and UX in cars and you’ll understand what I mean.
Looks better than the Blazer. The AC vents are better placed and the dash looks like it is decent material. I wonder how they did on the door panels.
Seats look good.
The truth is the 8″ screen works well here. The car is not all that big to start with. The fact is GM has one of the best systems out there and they do not require a larger screen to do what needs done. Bigger is not always better if it does not add any real advantages.
Besides it just leaves more space for finger marks.
Another black interior with a tacked on iPad that could be out of just about any cookie cutter CUV. Other than that it looks okay
I only care about one thing in general is this tracker cab over frame like the original Trackers are cause I was horribly disappointed finding out the trax was crappy unibody. I wanna be able to offroad mod these things
Unibody, just like 99.9% of the market desires.
Remove the “Steering Wheel” and that’ll likely be the “look” of the new autonomous vehicle layouts.
The vent will blow air on the drivers hand. Making you take it off the wheel. The vent needs to be ABOVE the screen. For safety sake we are not watching tv. We need air to blow on the drivers face and not a hand necessary to control the car.
For safety sake you want the screen as high as possible without blocking outside view, so when you take your eyes off the road to check anything on the screen, you don’t have to look very far and are able to see the road out of your peripherals.
My 2004 Saab 9-3 had an auxiliary screen up on the dash, loved it.
Yes, but your Saab didn’t have the equivalent of a 10″ I-pad sticking up off the dash. Huge difference in what your Saab had (very well laid out dash) and what this car is having. Although I agree with your overall comment, I just don’t think the comparison is a good one.
Not a big fan of the tablet like screen. I prefer the built in more integrated look. While in some instances perhaps size doesn’t matter,but just the other day I sat in a Silverado LTZ and IMO I think a bigger screen would make a world of difference.
What SPECIFICALLY would a bigger screen accomplish in the Silverado?
Also, see comments above by Alex on UX design. He worked at GM’s design and engineering department that makes these systems so he knows a thing or two about this subject.
You did read the part about IMO. I think a screen at least as large as the one in the CT5 would work and look better than the one they have in the Silverado. I know everyone has an opinion and they are not always the same. The bigger screen happens to be mine. : ).
You didn’t answer my question: what would a bigger screen deliver?
I’ll do you a favor and answer for you: nothing or very little.
What I’m hearing is that it would satisfy your personal preference, with no functional benefit. That’s a tough argument to make on a low cost product such as this one.
Haha rebirth Geo Tracker turned Chevy Tracker, wow!! So many have forgotten that POS, haha. Gotta love the science behind Marketing.
I really hope when this bring this to America they dont call this the Trailblazer when they already have a vehicle called the Blazer. Blazer was just the shortened version of Trailblazer. That would be worse than having rhyming names like the Volt and the Bolt. Call it something else PLEASE!
This thing is the Tracker. The Trailblazer is a whole different vehicle.
I’m so glad I don’t drink the GM Kool-aid anymore.
But your on a GM website.
Ok, enough of the “floating” stuck to the top of the dash I-pad stuff. That just looks so “I want to be a Mercedes Benz”. And what’s up with the infatuation with huge holes in the roof? These over-sized sunroofs are just asking for trouble. Just ask Volvo how that’s working.
I just hope this isn’t a good indication of what the new 2020 (American bound) Buick Encore inside will be like. If the new Buick has that type of “floating” screen set on the dash, I’m heading back to Jeep.
The design is logical as everything from drivers mirror to the gauges to the screen to the passenger mirror are almost perfectly in line on the same level.
The interior looks VERY NICE, I’m seriously impressed, it looks very well laid out.
in my opinion I see one major flaw since these type of vehicles are short on interior space and to make it more driver friendly get rid of the mechanical parking brake and go with an electronic one on the dash are on the console and move the console (armrest) forward a few inch’s to make it useable. from these pic’s it looks pretty much useless as an armrest which seems to be a common theme in cars of this size.
Agreed. Or, and how’s this for a novel idea, go back to the days where you actually had a foot operated E-brake. I really don’t see why they removed that as it seems to be wasted space anyhow for the most part. Plus (how I was trained in drivers ed) you could actually use the E-brake in an emergency! Even as a police officer, we were trained on the use of them when as a foot operated system.
The best ones ever IMO were on my parents 1975 Cadillac, then again on their 1979 Caddy where the brake released automatically as soon as you put the car into gear. I know they had that same system into the 2000’s if my mind is recalling correctly.