In addition to officially introducing the RS version of the Tracker in Brazil, General Motors has just revealed the new 2024 Chevy Tracker Midnight making its world debut in the South American country.
The all-new 2024 Chevy Tracker Midnight was officially revealed on April 10th in Brazil as a new variant of the successful subcompact crossover, which ended calendar year 2022 as the best-selling utility vehicle in the Brazilian market. Notably, this marks the first time the fourth-generation Chevy Tracker has adopted Chevrolet‘s striking Midnight finish.
“The new versions of Tracker reinforce the attitude of people who value a different lifestyle, but with different personalities,” said GM South America Product Marketing Director, Rodrigo Fioco. “While the Tracker RS adds a bolder and more youthful image with its sporty finish, the new Tracker Midnight reinforces a more sophisticated image with more sober and neutral tones,” he added.
Cosmetically, the new 2024 Chevy Tracker Midnight is based on the LT trim level and boasts a darkened appearance. Along with the gloss black grille surrounds and other exterior trim, the 2024 Tracker Midnight gets headlamps with black bezels that further accentuate its custom look and set it apart from any other trim. In addition to black, it is also available in Eclipse Blue and Rush Gray paint colors.
Unlike the RS version that packs the crossover’s most muscular powertrain available in Brazil, the 2024 Chevy Tracker Midnight is equipped with the entry-level 1.0L turbocharged three-cylinder engine that develops 116 horsepower and 122 pound-feet of torque. In the Tracker Midnight, this engine is exclusively mated to a six-speed automatic transmission.
The new 2024 Chevy Tracker Midnight will be available for sale starting this week throughout the Brazilian Chevrolet dealer network, as the most affordable custom version of the Tracker in the South American country, positioned between the LT and LTZ trims. In contrast to the RS, it’s unclear if the new 2024 Tracker Midnight will make it to other Latin American countries – where the crossover is sold exclusively with the more powerful engine.