The 2021 Chevrolet Trailblazer made its U.S. debut last year at the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show, reintroducing the nameplate as an all-new subcompact crossover. Offering head-turning styling, the new Trailblazer continues the design themes laid out by the new Chevrolet Blazer, incorporating an aggressive front fascia and sports car-inspired rear end. Now, one artist has rendered the crossover with a coupe-like roof.
Posted by Instagram user @kdesignag, the new Chevrolet Trailblazer rendering adds a curving roofline to the 2021 Trailblazer RS trim level. As such, the crossover sports black accents and a unique grille treatment, with a large lower intake section, unique headlamp surrounds, and black Chevy Bow Tie emblems.
Unlike the flat roof and hard angles of the standard 2021 Chevrolet Trailblazer, this rendering comes with a curving line that falls more gently into the rear end. The look gives the crossover a more SUV-esque appearance, unlike the hatchback styling of the standard vehicle. The black lower cladding remains, while the rear haunches get a bold styling crease above the rear wheels.
The artist even saw fit to render up the 2021 Chevrolet Trailblazer coupe from the rear. This second rendering image shows off a different look than the first, with a large glass section and black roof spoiler adding more substance to the aesthetic. Additionally, the rearmost pillar still curves downwards in a gentle arc, unlike the hard angles of the standard vehicle. The tail lamps add visual width to the package, and come connected with a prominent horizontal trim line, while the lower fascia gets a black insert with integrated exhaust tips left and right.
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