More than a year after showing the first official teaser image of Chevrolet’s smallest pickup in June 2021, General Motors has just released a new teaser for the next-generation Chevy Montana.
The automaker launched a new episode of the web series dedicated to the next-generation Chevy Montana’s latest development phase in Brazil, presenting a new teaser image that reveals more details about the definitive exterior design of the Bow Tie brand’s first unibody compact pickup. As such, GM’s Brazilian subsidiary kicks off the countdown to the world debut of the next third-generation Chevy Montana.
Unlike the first official preview in which you could only see the silhouette and some upper-body elements of the next-generation Chevy Montana, the new teaser that GM Brazil has just released shows many more details of the front design and the side profile of the new pickup that will adopt Chevrolet’s latest global visual identity.
In particular, the new Chevy Montana will boast a front end design similar to the Chevy Blazer’s by including a split setup with slim-line DRLs as a lighting signature above lower headlamp clusters, a trapezoidal grille and darkened A-pillars. These elements match Chevrolet’s latest design language and give the Montana a modern look.
The side profile of the next-generation Chevy Montana presents organic shapes that highlight the ascending beltline that crosses the C-pillar and marks the upper part of the cargo box in an elevated position, as well as rounded wheel arches that accentuate the proportions of the vehicle. The upcoming compact pickup also includes two-tone rearview mirrors and roof rails.
The new Chevy Montana will be officially launched early next year in Brazil, where it will be manufactured alongside the Chevy Tracker at the GM São Caetano do Sul plant to primarily supply the Brazilian market and other South American countries. The new model will arrive to compete in the fastest growing segment of the Brazilian market, and with high potential for other international markets.