The automaker introduced the new 2024 Chevy Tracker RS in Brazil, and for the first time in all of Latin America, as one of the aspirational new variants of the successful subcompact crossover in the region. The new 2024 Tracker RS is introduced in the Brazilian market to strengthen the model’s lineup with a sporty look to increase its appeal and win over new customers.
“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. “The Tracker RS adds a bolder and more youthful image with its sporty finish,” he added.
Nearly a year after the world debut of the Tracker’s sporty variant in China, the new 2024 Chevy Tracker RS arrives in Brazil with the exact same exterior design that stands out for adopting a bolder front grille with three-dimensional mesh pattern, darkened overall finish with gloss black trim, gloss black 17-inch wheels and distinctive RS badging. Meanwhile, the interior design adds specific upholstery with red stitching.
On a mechanical level, the 2024 Chevy Tracker RS maintains the existing powertrain of the crossover’s range-topping trim levels, consisting of a turbocharged 1.2L three-cylinder engine that develops 133 horsepower and 155 pound-feet of torque, mated to a six-speed automatic transmission. Like the other configurations of the model around the world, the Tracker RS for Brazil is only available with a front-wheel drivetrain.
The new 2024 Chevy Tracker RS will begin arriving at the official Chevrolet dealer network in Brazil starting this week, positioned right between the LTZ and Premier trim levels. The 2024 Tracker units to supply the Brazilian market are manufactured locally at the GM São Caetano do Sul plant, and the new RS variant is expected to be progressively exported to the other main markets in Latin America.