We Render A Hypothetical Chevy Blazer EV Coupe13
The debut of the 2024 Chevy Blazer EV marks the start of an all-new, all-electric chapter for the nameplate, with GM revealing a variety of different trim levels and configurations. Now, however, we’re reimagining the 2024 Chevy Blazer EV as a two-door crossover coupe with the following exclusive GM Authority rendering.
Like the hypothetical Chevy Blazer EV Z71 off-roader that GM Authority posted late last month, this new Chevy Blazer EV Coupe rendering does not coincide with any known plans from GM to actually produce such a vehicle. Rather, we created this rendering simply to see what it might look like.
Based on the range-topping 2024 Chevy Blazer EV SS, our Chevy Blazer EV Coupe adds an extra dash of sportiness to the equation by reducing the door count to just two, down from the usual four. Indeed, such a configuration isn’t totally out of the blue, given the two-door configurations offered by the K5-generation Chevy Blazer SUV.
Further updates include a slightly shorter overall width, while the front doors were lengthened to even out the proportions. The large 22-inch alloy wheels also get a darker finish that works well with the two-tone paint treatment.
While our hypothetical Chevy Blazer EV Coupe certainly looks more aggressive, what about the performance? Well, we’d imagine that this more aggressive model would have what it takes to out-hustle even the 2024 Chevy Blazer EV SS, which is equipped with a standard all-wheel drive powertrain and GM Ultium electric motors juiced by GM Ultium batteries. Output from the Blazer EV SS is rated at am impressive 557 horsepower and 648 pound-feet of torque, which is enough to propel the crossover to 60 mph in less than 4 seconds.
Not too shabby, especially for a crossover. Pricing for the 2024 Chevy Blazer EV SS starts at $65,995, with availability opening up in the Fall of 2023. Meanwhile, the rest of the 2024 Chevy Blazer EV line starts at $44,995 for the 1LT trim, $47,595 for the 2LT trim, and $51,995 for the RS trim. The first models out the gate will be the 2LT and RS, both of which will launch next summer, while the 1LT will be available in Q1 of 2024.
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It’s time to wake up Mary the EV market has left GM in the dust again,shocking. NOT.
Crazy prices for any Blazer model ! Traverse is a bit more affordable than the smaller Blazer. Guess I won’t be updating my 2021 Traverse at these Chevy prices. Chevy doesn’t realize prices continue to rise, but my pension has been the same since I retired in 2012.
I’m disappointed with the Chevy cartel in the Phoenix valley.
I might also fiddle around with the roof at the rear, slim it down a bit at the D pillar.
That is one ugly mess take it away.
If you don’t like it, then don’t buy it. Bunch of Karen’s in here.
umm, this is a rendering by some dreamer, not a GM designer, that will never be built so nobody will ever even have the chance to buy it
Why is being called a “Coupe”? In the 80’s and early 90’s, 2-door SUV’s were normal, not the exception. It would be a coupe, if it had a greater sloping roofline. GM will never do anything so daring as they did before 2009, so I wont hold my breath on this even coming to dealerships, kinda like a 2-door Tahoe, or a Regular Cab Silverado with a shortbed, or an EV Camaro. There is a lack of imagination at GM.
Being a Two-Door does not make it a coupe. A coupe could be a four door.
There are differing definitions of coupe – the “old guys” used to say a coupe is an automobile that has 70% of its interior cabin volume for the front passengers. There are other interpretations as well – but I’m not sure this rendering would represent a coupe in any of the definitions/interpretations.
Why? I mean render all you want but why is a vehicle that will only ever exist in someones imagination and will never be built worthy of a mention, even on GMA?