In addition to introducing the latest evolution of Chevrolet’s design language, General Motors announced that the newly revealed all-new Chevy Seeker also debuted new advanced features for the Chevrolet brand.
The automaker has announced that the all-new Chevy Seeker will be the first vehicle equipped with the latest technology and convenience features from the Bow Tie brand, including an all-new surround sound system, new software to manage the infotainment and safety equipment as well as the most advanced driver assistance suite in its class.
The all-new Chevy Seeker debuts GM’s new Tune Dynamic (TD) sound system developed in strategic partnership with ARKAMYS, the world’s leading specialty digital audio technology company. Seeker’s TD sound system has seven speakers and a high-fidelity subwoofer, as well as four modes finely tuned by ARKAMYS: Full EQ, Dynamic Bass, Classic Theater and Driver First.
At the same time, the Chevy Seeker incorporates an all-new operating system called Xiaoxue that SAIC-GM developed exclusively for the Chevrolet vehicle lineup in China. The new Xiaoxue OS will allow customers in that country to more intuitively use the Seeker’s two 10.25-inch screens with a wide range of applications, gesture recognition and natural language, over-the-air updates and wireless Apple CarPlay as standard.
In addition, the new compact crossover debuts a next-generation driver assistance suite called Chevrolet Vision 360°. The all-new Chevy Seeker’s safety package is the most advanced in its segment and includes forward collision alert, automatic emergency braking, forward pedestrian braking, lane keep assist with lane departure warning and following distance indicator.
The all-new Chevy Seeker made its world debut on July 28th in Shanghai as Chevrolet’s new global compact crossover. Built on the GM VSS-F vehicle set, the Seeker will further expand the brand’s strong utility portfolio with a cutting-edge, high-tech design proposition positioned between the Chevy Trailblazer and Equinox. Although not official, the all-new Seeker is expected to be announced in other countries soon and could be manufactured in South Korea starting next year.