As GM Authority recently covered, the Chevy Seeker has been leaked ahead of its full official reveal, giving us an early, de-camouflaged look at the new China-bound crossover. Now, we’re examining the new Chevy Seeker by placing it side-by-side with the rest of Chevy’s crossover lineup with the following GM Authority exterior dimensions comparison.
Dimensionally speaking, the Chevy Seeker slots in between the Chevy Trailblazer and Chevy Equinox, measuring in with a 106.3-inch wheelbase, 178.6-inch overall length, 71.7-inch overall width, and 61.6-inch overall height. As such, the Chevy Seeker is about mid-pack with regard to the rest of the Chevy crossover lineup.
By comparison, the Chevy Groove takes the spot as the smallest crossover in this comparison, measuring in with a wheelbase of 100.4 inches, an overall length of 166.1 inches, an overall width of 68.5 inches, and an overall height of 63.6 inches. Meanwhile, the Chevy Traverse sits at the opposite end of the spectrum with a wheelbase of 120.9 inches, an overall length of 205.9 inches, an overall width of 78.6 inches, and an overall height of 70.7 inches.
To note, this comparison includes all of Chevy’s crossovers in various markets. For example, the Chevy Groove and Chevy Captiva are sold in Mexico, select South American markets, and the Middle East, while the three-row Chevy Blazer is sold in China. Finally, the Chevy Tracker is sold in Mexico, South America, and China.
Check out the table below for a more complete breakdown of the exterior dimensions for the Chevy Seeker and how they line up with the rest of the brand’s crossover portfolio:
|Height (in.)||63.6||64.9 to 66.3||63.2||64.8 to 65.7||61.6||65.4||68.9||67.0||67.9||70.7|
The Chevy Seeker is an all-new nameplate built on the GM VSS-F vehicle set, with the potential for sale in various international markets. In terms of styling, the Seeker incorporates The Bow Tie Brand’s latest ICE-based styling, with pulled-back lighting signatures on top of vertical forward lighting elements, as well as a horizontal central grille. Elements of the Chevy Blazer crossover are definitely well-represented throughout.
As for what’s underneath the skin, the Seeker is expected to offer an as-of-yet unspecified turbocharged 1.5L engine producing 177 horsepower.