2024 Chevy Blazer EV Trim Level Breakdown17
The first-generation Chevy Blazer EV is set to launch in 2023 for the 2024 model year, expanding the Chevy Blazer nameplate to include an all-new four-door crossover with seating for five. A total of four trim levels will be offered, and now, GM Authority is taking a closer look with the following 2024 Chevy Blazer EV trim level breakdown.
The first two trims out the gate will be the mid-range 2024 Chevy Blazer EV 2LT and sporty RS, both of which will be available in the summer of the 2023 calendar year. Both will be standard with front-wheel drive, while all-wheel drive will be optional. The RS will also be available with rear-wheel drive. Estimated range-per-charge is set at 293 miles in the 2LT, and 320 miles in the RS.
Standout features include 19-inch wheels on the 2LT and 21-inch wheels on the RS, and while both models will have LED exterior lighting, the RS will also incorporate an illuminated Bow Tie badge and lighting animation. Additionally, the RS will be equipped as standard with a variety of cabin comfort features, such as heated front seats, ventilated front seats, and a heated steering wheel, while heated rear outboard seats will be optional.
Pricing for the 2024 Chevy Blazer EV 2LT starts at $47,495, while pricing for the 2024 Chevy Blazer EV RS starts at $51,995.
The third trim level to launch will be the 2024 Chevy Blazer SS, which will be available in the fall of 2023. The SS will be equipped with all-wheel drive as standard, with an estimated range-per-charge of 290 miles. Twenty-two-inch wheels will also be standard, as will be heated seats, ventilated seats, heated outboard seats, and a heated steering wheel. Pricing for the 2024 Chevy Blazer SS starts at $65,995.
The last trim level to launch will be the base-model 2024 Chevy Blazer EV 1LT, set for availability in Q1 of the 2024 calendar year. Front-wheel drive will be the only drivetrain offered, with an estimated 247 miles of range per charge. LED lighting and 19-inch wheels will be standard. A 17.7-inch infotainment screen and 11-inch driving information center screen will be standard as well, just like the rest of the trim level lineup. Pricing for the 2024 Chevy Blazer EV 1LT will start at $44,995.
Check out the complete trim level breakdown for the 2024 Chevy Blazer EV in the table below:
|Availability||Q1 2024||Summer 2023||Summer 2023||Fall 2023|
|Estimated Driving Range, Miles||247||293||320||290|
|On-Board AC Charging Rate||11.5 kW||11.5 kW||11.5 kW||11.5 kW|
|High-Speed DC Charging Rate||Up to 190 kW||Up to 190 kW||Up to 190 kW||Up to 190 kW|
|Wheel Size||19 inches||19 inches||21 inches||22 inches|
|Exterior Lighting||Full LED||Full LED||Full LED with center light bar, illuminated Bow Tie and animation||Full LED with center light bar, illuminated Bow Tie and animation|
|Power Hands-Free Liftgate||-||-||Standard||Standard|
|Infotainment Touchscreen Size||17.7 inches||17.7 inches||17.7 inches||17.7 inches|
|Driving Information Center Screen Size||11 inches||11 inches||11 inches||11 inches|
|Heated Front Seats||-||-||Standard||Standard|
|Ventilated Front Seats||-||-||Standard||Standard|
|Heated Rear Outboard Seats||-||-||Optional||Standard|
|Heated Steering Wheel||-||-||Standard||Standard|
|Interior Ambient Lighting||-||-||Standard||Standard|
Under the skin, the Chevy Blazer EV will ride on the BEV3 platform, with production will take place GM Ramos Arizpe plant in Mexico.
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Looks like a wagon
Not bad. I like it more than the Mustang Mach E.
Blazer EV SS…………… I wonder if a Camaro EV SS will be in the near future as well.
I love my ICE cars, but if the government is going to MAKE ME buy an EV I would rather have it in the form of a Camaro.
Buy the e-COPO.
Has anyone seen a picture under the Blazer EV “frunk lid”? (front trunk)
Post a link if you have
It doesn’t have a frunk.
Looks a little better than the previous Blazer
They left out the most important option……..Automatic Fire Contro! for when that slab of lithium batteries your sitting on catch on fire.
I had a rental 2021 with the 4 cylinder with AWD that cost well under 40K and it went over 500 miles on a trip to Ohio from Upstate, NY. Here we have an entry level FWD for 45K that can only go 247 miles under perfect conditions. That is a big no from me!
I don’t think anyone has tried to convince you that an electric car is the ideal road trip vehicle.
NO ONE has ever brought up range before. Thank you for your unique and insightful perspective.
“No ONE has ever brought up range before”. John and Jay just mentioned it a few comments above. Maybe read before typing. I’m only building off their comments that half the range for more money would not remotely work for me. Get over it
Just curious, What is GM’s backup plan if the EV market doesn’t materialize quickly. The general population is hesitant to the EV market and over time that might dissipate. Ford seems to be splitting its business between EV’s and ICE. As a shareholder, I am curious about the contingency plans.
The RS model is more of the sweet spot IMO.
But since the RS model can be configured for FWD standard with RWD and AWD as an option instead, how would one know if the RS model is RWD in the preowned market once it goes back on sale in three to four years post lease? Obviously, you can tell that it would be AWD by looking at the rear tailgate that states it.
The Blazer EV looks a lot like the Blazer ICE. There is nothing really special our modern looking about it. However, the Equinox EV looks really modern and cool looking. I’ll wait another 3 months and reserve the Equinox EV, because it is suppose to come only out 3 months after the Blazer EV. Oh, and the Equinox EV will be $15,000 LESS than the Blazer EV!!!!
The Equinox EV will fall in the compact while the Blazer EV falls in the mid size category. If you want a smaller but slightly bigger than the BOLT(s) the Equinox EV will suffice.
Yes, The Equinox EV should be the perfect size for me and within my affordable range. I hope the Equinox EV RS version gets at least 320 mile range and has the optional Super Cruise avaliable. I noticed that the Blazer EV RS version does not list Super Cruise as an option, only the 2LT and SS have optional Super Cruise according to the Blazer EV website. I hope that is an oversight and the RS versions will have Super Cruise as an available option.