Take A Tour Of The 2023 Chevy Blazer Interior: Video19
General Motors unveiled the refreshed 2023 Chevy Blazer this past February, bringing revisions to the exterior styling with new front and rear ends, as well as a new infotainment screen inside the cabin. GM Authority already poured over the new exterior of the 2023 Chevy Blazer RS in an exclusive video, and now, we’re taking a closer look at the crossover’s interior with the following video hosted by GM Authority Executive Editor, Alex Luft.
The 2023 Chevy Blazer featured here is the same RS model that we featured in our exterior walkaround video posted previously. Sitting pretty on the floor of the 2022 Chicago Auto Show, this 2023 Chevy Blazer RS features leather-appointed and perforated seats in Jet Black with Red Accents, adding a lovely complement to the the Radiant Red Tintcoat exterior paint. The upholstery looks good in the crossover, adding a premium feel to the interior. It’s worth noting that this model does not have the new-for-2022 Nightshift Blue interior colorway.
The most significant change with regard to the interior of the refreshed 2023 Chevy Blazer is the new 10-inch diagonal color touchscreen, which replaces the eight-inch unit on pre-refresh 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022 models. The new 10-inch screen is included as standard across the lineup.
This new screen is mounted high on the dash in a stand-up, tablet-esque position, with polished trim bits for the surround. To the left of the screen reside the vehicle push-to-start button, engine auto start-stop controls and hazard light control. To the right resides the electronic glove box release and the Vehicle Stability and Traction control.
Below the screen, reside the controls for the infotainment, and below those is the HVAC control panel. Two round vents sit at the bottom of the center stack.
The larger new screen also includes an animated Chevrolet logo that flies into view. A neat touch and easter egg is a small Chevy Bow Tie logo behind the screen, facing the windshield.
Check out the full tour of the refreshed 2023 Chevy Blazer interior and the new screen in the video below:
As a reminder, the 2023 Chevy Blazer offers two powertrain options, including the turbocharged 2.0L I4 LSY gasoline engine, rated at 228 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque, and the atmospheric 3.6L V6 LGX gasoline engine, rated at 308 horsepower and 270 pound-feet of torque. Under the skin is is the GM C1 platform, with production taking place at the GM Ramos Arizpe Plant in Mexico.
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Too big, looks goofy! The current screen in my ’21 RS is fine, and looks much better, doesn’t look out of place.
finally, a decent size screen….but they didn’t upgrade the rest of the interior. and they keep making it harder and harder to get the v6…..
What in the heck to people “need” such a large screen for? Seriously. What does anyone need it for? One of the things I’ve liked thus far is that (most) GM products have avoided such sickening screens. Obviously, someone escaped from Tesla and got hired by GM now. Sad.
The screen is now so large in this Blazer that the start button is partially hidden behind the left side of the screen. Morons.
Definitely looks like it was added as an afterthought.
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Bigger screen means bigger virtual buttons and text, easier to read and use.
Also means bigger navigation maps and backup camera views.
What is the benefit of a double clutch system?
Interior still looks dollar-store cheap. Touchscreen is still too small. GM needs to fire the people who put the A/C vents near the floorboard.
Ever driven a Porsche???? Plastic console, buttons, screen that is more akin to an HP than an Apple. Leather that’s has a lower grain grade than my boots because it’s softer and lighter. Nobody make an interior that’s plastic free….. including rolls. And rolls execution is awkward and bulky.
You’ve never owned or driven a rolls now get out of here.
Have you???? At least I have seen them in person.
Ok not a fan of new screen…too big. Also, the wheels shown hereto absolutely suck. We own a 20 Premier and love it.
The screen is not big enough. Tablet screen is in more cars every year.
There are a large number of people who want/need ridiculously large screens, a feature I find unnecessary. Dodge Ram and ALL Teslas come to mind. I prefer a nicely integrated screen that does not overpower the dash. Pair that with a well designed HUD and I am happy. To each his own.
I miss the Cadillac CUE screen from the original ATS….. not the CUE interface, but the screen that retracted when not in use and left only 1” x 7” showing for turn by turn navigation and the clock.
Looks like they propped a tablet on the dash. Can’t they blend it in better? This impresses customers?
The screen large or small, couldn’t the door be closed for the video to silence the annoying bell? Just wondering
looks almost identical to my ‘19 RS.