A new amateur rendering shared on Instagram this week envisions what the upcoming 2023 Chevy Trax will look like as the nameplate adopts a crossover coupe body style.
As GM Authority reported previously, the current first-generation Chevy Trax will be put to pasture following the 2022 model year and will be replaced by a next-gen model that will feature sportier exterior styling to help differentiate it from the Chevy Trailblazer. This new Chevy Trax model will enter production at the GM Changwon plant in South Korea, which produces the soon-to-be-discontinued Chevy Spark hatchback, and will make its debut later this year. This model is not to be confused with the Chevy Seeker crossover – a China-only model that will slot in between the Chevy Trailblazer and Equinox in the automaker’s lineup there.
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This rendering is based on the Chevy Tracker model for China, but trades that model’s more traditional crossover shape for a sportier-looking coupe body style with a rearward sloping roofline, liftback-style tailgate and narrow rear window opening. The Tracker’s front fascia also helped inspire this rendering’s modern-looking Chevy face, with the artist adjusting the LED headlamps and foglamps to better suit this model’s sportier appearance. Large 18-inch or 19-inch wheels build on the crossover’s sporty character, while a single LED rear light bar sits out back to give the design a more contemporary appearance – especially at night.
We don’t believe this rendering is representative of how the upcoming 2023 Chevy Trax will look, although it does give us a rough idea of what a small coupe crossover with current-day Chevy styling cues might look like. Let us know what you think of this rendering by voting or commenting and be sure to subscribe to GM Authority for full details on the 2023 Chevy Trax once they become available, along with more Chevy Trax news, more Chevy news, and around-the-clock GM news coverage.