A year after the official arrival of the new-generation crossover in Brazil in March 2020, General Motors has just launched the 2022 Chevrolet Tracker in the Brazilian market with some notable enhancements. The second model year of the fourth-generation Tracker arrives in the South American country with significant technological improvements, which will reinforce its appeal as the most connected model in its category.
The main novelty of the new 2022 Chevrolet Tracker is the adoption of the brand’s latest-generation infotainment system, which uses wireless technology to project smartphone applications directly on the vehicle’s eight-inch touchscreen. The MyLink system is compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay while supporting applications such as Waze, Spotify and WhatsApp.
By incorporating this new technology, the 2022 Chevrolet Tracker inaugurates the highest level of connectivity in the subcompact crossover segment and consolidates its competitive advantage as the most connected utility vehicle in Brazil. As such, the 2022 Tracker is the nation’s first “wireless SUV,” encompassing the new wireless projection, on-board Wi-Fi hotspot, wireless phone charging, OnStar advanced services and remote services through the myChevrolet app.
“Standard from the LT version of the Tracker, wireless projection brings more practicality to everyday life and is another important step within the strategy of continuous product evolution, which sets trends in the items most valued by the consumer: design, safety, comfort, performance and connectivity,” said Product Marketing Director at GM South America, Rodrigo Fioco, in a press release. “Cars with a high level of connectivity are the most attractive and valued by the market, and this is Chevrolet’s great differentiator,” he added.
Like the previous model year, the 2022 Chevrolet Tracker is offered in the Brazilian market with four trim levels: base, LT, LTZ, and Premier. However, the 2022 Tracker adds a new configuration with an automatic transmission in the base trim for a total of six variants. The standard engine is the 116-horsepower turbocharged 1.0L inline three, while the 133-horsepower turbocharged 1.2L engine remains an option reserved for the Premier trim.
The 2022 Chevrolet Tracker will be available starting in April throughout the Chevrolet dealership network in Brazil, the only manufacturing hub for all of Latin America and the largest international market for the small crossover. Thanks to its design and equipment list, the Tracker is the fastest growing vehicle in the country. The starting price of the 2022 Tracker in Brazil is 96,100 BRL, about $16,840 USD at the current exchange rate.