2024 Chevy Blazer EV Interior Spied19
GM Authority spy photographers have captured the first images showing the interior of the upcoming 2024 Chevy Blazer EV crossover.
These photos, unfortunately, don’t give very much away thanks to the abundance of fabric covering that GM has applied to this vehicle’s steering wheel, dashboard and center console. We can spot the leading edge of a large digital infotainment screen sitting front-and-center, however, which is joined by a digital instrument panel display. It seems likely these two widescreen displays will be mounted under a uniform piece of glass, similar to the 2024 Chevy Silverado EV. We also see some other similarities with the Silverado EV, including a rotary dial infotainment system control and a column-mounted gear selector.
The overhead switch panel is clearly visible in one of these photos, as well, showing the control buttons for GM’s OnStar system and the overhead cabin lights. GM’s camera-based rearview mirror assembly also appears to be present.
The exterior of this Chevy Blazer EV prototype looked identical to the prototype that GM Authority photographers caught testing back in April. That prototype, for reference, was heavily camouflaged and featured placeholder exterior lighting, however its aggressive body lines and large 21-inch wheels gave it away as a prototype for the Blazer EV.
GM released a teaser image of the upcoming Chevy Blazer EV SS performance variant back in March, which is set to rival other performance EV crossovers like the Ford Mustang Mach-E. The new Blazer EV SS will be the first Chevy-badged EV to feature the iconic performance SS designation. We expect the Blazer EV SS to make its official debut later this year, with an official launch date set for the spring of 2023. Like other future battery-powered GM vehicles, the Blazer EV will tap GM’s Ultium modular battery technology and Ultium Drive electric motors.
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Wow!! So much crisp detail. Looks like a million bucks. What’s the point if all you see is black mesh covering?
Think of it like a “where’s Waldo”
can you find the bit not covered by black mesh……………….
I almost spit my coffee out! Thanks for the laugh.
Huh….That dash looks very new Escalade/Lyriq…
This is about the same size and shape as the Cadillac Lyriq. It must be a sister car. Given that it sports the SS badge it will probably be a two-motor variant.
From what we can see, it looks like it shares the same design as the Silverado EV and Equinox EV – which is fine. I think the big news is that GM has finally upgraded turn signal stalk for the first time in what feels like decades.
Oh you’re right, it’s 2 screens not 1 continuous one like I thought,
On the right side of the steering wheel wouldn’t be turn signal stalk. That could be the F N R shifting stalk. There isn’t a console shifter the way it looks.
You’re absolutely right. However, looking at the Equinox EV interior renderings, they use the same switchgear on both sides of the wheel so it looks like GM is doing a big hardware upgrade for the EVs.
Looks like we’re going back to the column shifters again. Going back on time!
No way!! A screen that’s bigger yet? Say it isn’t so!!!
Sarcasm aside, I can’t wait for this fad to pass in favor of something more………………..anything but that.
Dan B I agree with you a 10 or 14 inch screen is fine but do we need to watch TV or drive the car! My wife’s Buick Enclave has the 8 inch screen and it works just fine I also like the fact that speedometer and tach gauges have real moving parts and don’t look like something off of a playstation! People are distracted driving as it is with cell phones now they will have giant screens to stare at instead of paying attention to the road. Please stop this insanity.
Chevy Man: Absolutely. The one thing I give Buick credit for (at least for now) is a fantastic placement of the screen and not being stupid big. Personally I find the Envision screen/dash to be one of the best I’ve ever seen, but all the Buick’s are really nice. Let’s hope they don’t fall for this screen war stupidity. Distracted driving is already bad and it’s only going to get much worse as we load up the interiors with everything we don’t need.
Dan B I think Tesla and Elon Musk started the big screen thing with their stupid giant tablet in the dash and analog controls. In any case I think a feature that every car should have is automatic highbeam headlights that turn on and off on their own because I commute at night and people just leave their bright lights on like it doesn’t affect the other drivers.
Chevy Man: My parents had a 1975 Cadillac DeVille with the auto on/off headlights and the auto high beam. It didn’t work very well because the sensor was behind the grille and would get dirty and iced up in the winter, causing it to be unreliable. The newer cars have the sensor inside the windshield near or above the rear view mirror.
I believe GM had this feature back in the 50’s in fact. I’ve seen some GM classics with something that looked like an eye on top of a tiny pedestal atop the dash. This was years ago at a car show. I asked the owners what it was and they said the sensor for the auto high beam.
Of course covering the cupholders with Camo??
We have to make sure no one will no what shape the cupholders are going to be????
isn’t the Buick EV supposed to be revealed soon?
Cannot wait to see the Blazer SS BEV
I would guess it will not have a Frunk just like the Lyriq doesn’t. I am very hopeful that all of the upcoming BEV’s from GM will catapult GM back to the best Automaker in the World. I believe this is the final opportunity for GM to overtake VW and especially Toyota. I have no idea that the hell Toyota is doing but I do know I am glad that they are being extremely hardheaded on BEV’s….it will allow GM to once again dominate them.
I cannot stress enough how pivotal it has been for GM to go All In a couple of years ago. That move might have saved the entire Company from Bankruptcy and collapse.
Newbie question, very familiar with the products and industry, but unfamiliar with the progression of prototypes. Will that C-pillar likely become part window? Or will this thing really end up with a blind spot as bad or worse than the Camaro? Look forward to seeing the explosion of new BEV products in the next 5 years.