All-New 2023 Chevy Seeker Makes World Debut In China16
As General Motors officially announced last week, the all-new 2023 Chevy Seeker made its world debut on July 28th during a special event in Shanghai – China’s largest and most iconic city.
The automaker has just revealed the all-new 2023 Chevy Seeker for the first time in China as Chevrolet‘s new global compact crossover, which will expand the brand’s utility portfolio with an avant-garde design proposition and standard high-tech features. GM says the new Seeker was designed to appeal to younger customers who prefer a bold and distinctive utility vehicle.
“The all-new Seeker features an upgraded powertrain, new design and enhanced connectivity,” said General Director of Chevrolet for SAIC-GM, Jack Uppal, in an official press release. “Its exciting styling, class-leading performance, comfortable interior and intelligent technology will appeal to today’s younger vehicle buyers,” he added.
Aesthetically, the all-new 2023 Chevy Seeker debuts the latest evolution of Chevrolet’s design language with a low roofline and muscular proportions that give it a sporty character. Highlights include the X-shaped character lines that define both the aggressive front end design and the voluminous rear end, as well as the premiere of the new Contemporary Gold paint color for the first time in China, looking to appeal to young customers.
As GM Authority teased exclusively in April, the interior design of the all-new 2023 Chevy Seeker adopts the new dash layout of the brand’s next-generation vehicles with dual 10.25-inch displays, each prominently integrated in a horizontal panel that emphasizes the width of the cabin. In addition, the Seeker debuts a new operating system that supports over-the-air software updates and wireless Apple CarPlay.
Based on the VSS-F platform, the all-new 2023 Chevy Seeker is powered by the new eighth-generation turbocharged 1.5L engine from the Ecotec family that GM launched last year with the all-new Buick Verano Pro in China. The engine generates 177 horsepower and is mated exclusively to a continuously variable automatic transmission. Although the company did not reveal the details, the Seeker RS is expected to offer AWD.
The all-new 2023 Chevy Seeker will launch for the first time later this year in China, where it will be built to supply the local market by positioning itself between the Chevy Trailblazer and the Equinox. The new Seeker is also expected to be announced in other countries in the coming months and could be one of the next Chevrolet crossovers to be built by GM in South Korea starting next year.
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Not my cup of tea
why the side can not be just straight ?
why the rear lamp has to be a boomerang ?
Because it would be a boring box
China has plenty of boring boxes on the road. This looks great.
so you mean car of 1950ies are boxes and boring ?
I’d drive that easily. I think GM may introduce the Seeker to NA markets, possibly exported from South Korea.
I agree , this is a great looking CUV that checks many of the right boxes.
I think it will be a hit here in NA !!
Good exterior, great interior, respectable power for the size (especially for China). Only thing missing is the price tag. Knowing the Chinese market, this should be sold for ~$9,000-$14,000.
Are we looking at a Trax replacement here?
Not if it is positioned between the Trailblazer and Equinox as stated in the article.
Good looking vehicle. Taillights are alittle to pronounced down the side. Could be just a shadow because of the angle that the image was taken but it looks like dark smoked lenses down the side.
The ICE Equinox will probably go away when the new Electric Equinox comes out and the new Trax should fit in between the Trailblazer and the Equinox. The Seeker will probably be renamed as the Trax and built in Korea for the NA market and take the place of the ICE Equinox. The Trax is going to be built on GM’s newest gobal platform and technology.
The current equinox needs that interior ASAP!
Those taillights are straight outta Nissan.
2019-22 Altima? Kinda sorta.
More like 2021 Armada, and a little bit 2021 Juke (which is not sold in U.S.)