All-New Chevy Seeker Debuts Brand’s Latest Design Evolution21
General Motors revealed the all-new 2023 Chevy Seeker on July 28th in Shanghai, where Chevrolet’s new global compact crossover made its world debut highlighting the brand’s latest design evolution.
The all-new Chevy Seeker introduces the brand’s latest design language and becomes Chevrolet’s first all-new vehicle to receive it globally. In fact, the Seeker further expands Chevy’s strong portfolio of utility vehicles with a bold and forward-thinking design proposal that will seek to satisfy the preferences of younger customers.
“When we designed the Seeker, we focused on making it expressive and distinctive, efficient, and fun to drive,” said Vice President of Design for GM China and GM International, Stuart Norris, in a statement. “It is an SUV that is representative of the latest generation of Chevrolet design through its stunning, youthful and dynamic exterior and interior,” he added.
The exterior design of the all-new Chevy Seeker stands out at first glance with a low roofline and muscular proportions that give it a unique dynamic stance, harmoniously blending the sportiness of a car with the robustness of a utility vehicle. The Seeker’s character line running along the sides “separates the sedan body style on top from the SUV body style on the lower half,” GM says.
In particular, the X-shape is the central design element of the all-new Chevy Seeker, which is not only integrated into the thunderbolt front end, hexagonal grille and rear end design, but is also reflected in the shape of the D-pillar that separates the side windows with the rear window. In addition, the new slim LED headlights and LED taillamps also integrate seamlessly with the X-shaped bodywork elements, creating harmony throughout the vehicle.
The all-new 2023 Chevy Seeker is expected to first launch later this year in China, where it made its global debut, and will be built to supply the domestic market. However, being a global model based on the GM VSS-F platform, the new crossover should also be manufactured in another region and reach more of the brand’s international markets in the coming months. At this time, it’s unclear if GM plans to offer the Seeker in North America.
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It looks like the Blazer grew a Salvador Dalí mustache.
I really like the front. but I hate the rear
I found the design of the taillights similar to the new Citroen C3 destined for Latin America and India.
An attractively styled modern Chevrolet compact crossover, that should do quite well in any market. If GM had any commonsense they would have a Voltec hybrid version of the Seeker as an option, but we all know GM and commonsense don’t go together.
It’s the Envista’s more attractive siblings. It’s a nice vehicle, on a great architecture, that can equal Toyota and Honda.
It’s not earth shaking but I never expect that from Chevrolet. It’s a good Cruze replacement
Looks like a Crosstrek with a better front end fascia. Not that there’s anything wrong with that….
I’m so tired of crossovers.
I’m willing to bet that many auto designers are too. The design of the Seeker is certainly very nice, but it could have been introduced 5 years ago. Without the badging, I couldn’t tell it from a half dozen other makes.
Why does it seem that GM/Especially seem to cater more to China on new models than the US? I thought GM was a US based corporation to cater to the US needs first then the rest of the worlds. Or is this a reflection of modern business, money being the driving force, disappointed with GM for this attitude.
China is by far the #1 Automotive market in the world…..that’s why. Are you disappointed in Ford as well?
I’ve always been disappointed in Ford.
We used to call these station wagons.
The State of Michigan still does. It is what it is. Get used to it.
With Pelosi in Taiwan today, does this matter anymore… Bets on China retaliating through military or production and supply chain hold outs to cripple the US… Who will gm side with…
Another soulless crossover from a brand with a lineup full of soulless crossovers. This coming from a Traverse owner.
“We wanted it to be distinct” it’s not. It looks like every other generic cookie-cutter crossover SUV out there. The only thing this thing is “seeking” is obscurity.
It looks exactly like the 15 other Chevy crossovers on the market. Apparently, GM won’t stop until they go bankrupt again.
Looks like a blatant copy of the Kia Seltos. Why pay designers when you can just Copy / Paste?