The 2024 Chevy Blazer EV represents an exciting time for GM, as the Detroit-based automaker gears up to launch 30 EVs by 2025. Officially unveiled back in September 2022, the Blazer set to go on sale in the summer of 2023. We’ve been on the lookout for the electric Blazer in the wild, and today have photos of a showroom-ready Chevy Blazer EV RS in the following GM Authority Live Photo Gallery.
This particular unit is dressed up in a sinister black paint job and furnished in the sporty RS trim level. This means the all-electric crossover receives a black grille, among other black accents, and a dual-element LED exterior lighting signature up front. In its announcement, Chevy notes that the front end of the Blazer EV RS features a full light bar and illuminated bowtie emblem on the front. Interestingly though, the front facia features a Gold Chevy bowtie front-and-center, and we don’t see a light bar, potentially suggesting that these will not be standard features on the RS trim, but rather offered as an option.
Speaking of logos, out back we see a blacked-out BLAZER nameplate badge with a blue “E.” The same “blue E” treatment has been seen on the Silverado EV and Equinox EV badges, further emphasizing the electric powertrain. Additionally, there are AWD and RS badges positioned on the passenger-side of the rear liftgate. Conversely to the front fascia, the Chevy bowtie back here is finished in black.
Other details include the standard 21-inch wheels, body-colored door handles and side mirrors, and the prominent front-fender “extractor vents.”
As a reminder, the upcoming 2024 Chevy Blazer EV RS rocks the GM Ultium battery and GM Ultium drive motor technology, which provides a GM-estimated range of up to 320 miles. All trim levels are equipped with on-board AC charging capabilities up to 11.5 kW and high-speed DC charging up to 190 kW.
Front-, rear-, and all-wheel drive configurations are available across the board. The range-topping SS trim level features an exclusive performance AWD configuration that is capable of producing up to 557 horsepower and 648 pound-feet of torque, enabling the all-electric crossover to rocket to 60 mph in less than four seconds, for a driving range of 290 miles. While Chevy has announced that the Blazer RS will have a driving range of 320 miles, it has not yet provided horsepower or torque ratings.