Here’s A Visual Comparison Of The 2024 Chevy Blazer EV Trim Levels11
General Motors unveiled the all-new 2024 Chevy Blazer EV last July, pulling the sheets on a fresh mass-market crossover complete with The General’s latest all-electric vehicle technology. A total of four trim levels are offered, including 1LT, 2LT, RS, and SS. Now, GM Authority is taking a closer look at all four trims in the following visual comparison.
Let’s start with the 2024 Chevy Blazer EV 1LT and 2LT trim levels, which are essentially identical with regard to exterior styling. The front end shows off a large, geometric grille section and slim upper lighting elements, with the roof pulled straight back into an angled rear hatch. The rear shows off T-shaped taillights that accentuate the crossover’s fenders. Both trims also feature 19-inch wheels as standard, as well as a monochromatic exterior color scheme. LED lighting is standard across the Chevy Blazer EV range, including for 1LT and 2LT trim levels.
Moving over to the 2024 Chevy Blazer EV RS, we find a sportier overall appearance, with the front end now boasting a large Black grille, as compared to the monochromatic front end of the 1LT and 2LT. The RS trim also adds in additional Black accents, while in the corners, we find standard 21-inch wheels. Also notable is the full center light bar that runs across the crossover’s nose, which is complemented by an illuminated Bow Toe and unique welcome / goodbye lighting animation.
Finally, we have the 2024 Chevy Blazer, which stands out thanks to a unique grille treatment incorporating a series of geometric kinks, angles, and horizontal bars. Like the RS, the SS trim also includes a full center light bar and illuminated Bow Toe with a welcome / goodbye lighting animation. The vehicle paint is done in a two-tone color scheme with a black roof and A-pillars, while standard 22-inch wheels roll in the corners.
As for the powertrain, front-wheel drive, rear-wheel drive, and all-wheel drive configurations are offered, with upwards of 320 miles covered between plugs, depending on the model selected. The GM BEV3 platform provides the bones, while production will kick off at the GM Ramos Arizpe plant in Mexico this fall.
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Spine-tingling fo sho, y’all. *YAWN* Ugh.
If I were interested in a EV I’d opt for the RS. Looks better than the rest, my opinion. Standard is boring and the SS looks like they had a bunch of extra plastic they needed to get rid of so they threw it in the grill.
Hilariously unsafe, TINY actual daylight opening at the quarter glass… decent size glass, but it’s got like a 4-inch square area in the center of it that you can actually SEE THROUGH.
..showing us the very silly differences of the outside trims. Please give us more! You are being
very stingy with information on this great (!?) EV.
none of the options above
Still fighting the EV thing…we drive a gas 3.6 Premier and love it…have a new one on order…same trim…and can’t wait for it to come in. To be honest I would love to test drive an SS Blazer just for fun…sorta…since our other driver is a ZL1 Camaro.
We ALL are fighting the EV thing. I’m not giving up my gas car even if the government comes after me.
Well said T Man, well said indeed.
I hope the SS model looks better in person. 🙈
I wonder how aerodynamic the front of the Blazer is? My 2019 Bolt was like driving a wall into the wind and my 2023 is only marginally better. Mercedes proved that you could build a good looking EV and be slick as an airplane wing. Only problem is that a Mercedes costs as much as a small home.
Finally, I am not a fan of those large wheels as they are heavy and cost you a penalty in range. I would not have believed the rotational mass could cost such a large penalty in range until I bought a set of very light ECO rims and installed them on my 2019 Bolt. I gained 5-10% of extra EV range.
21 and 22″ wheels! For what is supposed to be a mainstream everyday vehicle it will cost the consumer a small fortune to replace these massive special tires for these heavy EV’s.