The Chevrolet Blazer nameplate made its comeback for the 2019 model year, dropping into the Bow Tie brand’s stable as an all-new midsize crossover utility vehicle (CUV). One of the Blazer’s most noteworthy features is its eye-catching styling, with a highly angular and aggressive design that helps the crossover standout in a somewhat bloated vehicle segment. Now, we’re taking the Blazer’s unique look and applying it to a pickup truck body style with the following GM Authority Rendering.
Before we dive into this thing, it’s worth noting that this rendering was created purely for imaginative purposes. For the moment, General Motors has no plans to actually produce a new Chevrolet Blazer pickup, so the rendering is really just for fun.
That said, it’s also worth noting that there is space in General Motors’ North American lineup for a new pickup, specifically something that would slot in underneath the Chevrolet Colorado with a unibody construction.
With that covered, let’s have a closer look at our Chevrolet Blazer pickup rendering:
Up front, we find a familiar face with the characteristic Blazer styling, including the same front grille, horizontal grille insert, slim headlamps, and black fog lamp housings.
Moving towards the rear of the vehicle, things change dramatically as soon as we reach the B-pillar. The Chevrolet Blazer Pickup replaces the CUV’s rear doors with a truck bed, essentially creating a single cab configuration with regard to the body style. The Blazer nameplate is still present on the door, while the rear haunches look poised over the rear wheels with the characteristic Blazer styling lines.
Viewed from the rear, we have an even better view of the rounded rear fender line, which flows back into a set of tail lamps integrated with the tailgate and sporting the latest “Dual Spear” inner graphics. Lower in the rear fascia are trapezoidal exhaust tips integrated with the bumper
Of course, we wanna know – are you a fan of our Chevrolet Blazer Pickup rendering? Do you think General Motors should consider producing something like this? Tell us your thoughts in the comments, and make sure to subscribe to GM Authority for more Chevrolet Blazer news, Chevrolet news, and around-the-clock GM news coverage.