In recent months, General Motors has been actively showing off various details about the next-gen Chevy Montana in its final phase of development, and has now just revealed the last teaser for the new compact pickup ahead of its official unveiling.
The automaker released the third and final teaser image of the next-gen Chevy Montana ahead of its scheduled December 1st reveal, which is the company’s most strategic vehicle for next year in Brazil and all of South America. GM Brazil began the countdown to the presentation of the new Montana with a pre-sale page within the Chevrolet website in the country.
While the first sneak peek of the model showed off the silhouette of its crew cab body and the second image previewed the Chevy Blazer-inspired front end, the third and final teaser for the next-gen Chevy Montana shows off design details of the compact pickup’s rear section for the first time. In fact, the most recent episode of new Montana web series focused precisely on the cargo box.
The teaser image of the next-gen Chevy Montana’s rear shows a unique cargo bed design with small, raised LED taillamps, connected horizontally by a gloss-black trim that runs the length of the tailgate – which has the name CHEVROLET lettering stamped in the middle. Also noticeable is a generously sized rear window and a tonneau cover.
GM says the next-gen Chevy Montana will debut a new compact pickup concept for Chevrolet, offering a combination of “the best of pickup and SUV in one vehicle” – the two fastest-growing segments in the Brazilian market. The Montana will use an extended-length variant of the GEM platform, shared with the current Chevy Onix and Tracker also developed in Brazil.
The next-gen Chevy Montana will make its world debut on December 1st in Brazil through a special broadcast on the official Chevrolet Brasil channel on YouTube, which will kick off the pre-sale period. Production of the upcoming Montana is expected to begin shortly at the GM São Caetano do Sul plant that will supply the Brazilian market and other Latin American countries.