Initially breaking cover in 2022, the 2024 Chevy Blazer EV brings all-electric power to the Chevy Blazer nameplate, offering up a sporty, midsize crossover with a variety of different configurations available. The trim level lineup kicks off with 2LT, followed by the sporty RS and SS. Which got us thinking – what would a luxurious Chevy Blazer EV High Country look like? To answer that, we went ahead and created the following exclusive GM Authority renderings.
Before we dive into this, it bears mentioning that, for now at least, GM has no known plans to offer a Chevy Blazer EV High Country. Rather, we created these renderings just to see what such a thing could look like.
With that, let’s check out the renderings. The first thing to catch your eye should be the array of polished trim bits adoring our Chevy Blazer EV High Country rendering, front to back. The front fascia incorporates polished trim underneath the lights and in the corners, which is joined by further polished trim along the lower edge of the fascia.
Moving into the side view, the lower edge of the profile continues the polished trim theme, connecting a set of large, polished, multi-spoke wheels in the corners. A boomerang-shaped trim piece is found just behind the front wheel, while a High Country badge is located on the front fenders. A long polished trim line extends along the upper edge of the window line.
Further silver trim was added to the rear end around the corners of the bumper. Also notable is the paint scheme, which incorporates a two-tone treatment with dark brown matched to a black upper roof section.
With regard to the technical specs, we could see this potential Chevy Blazer EV High Country running the 102 kWh battery pack option with more than 300 miles of range and all-wheel drive. Under the skin, all Blazer EV models ride on the GM BEV3 platform, while GM Ultium Drive motors and GM Ultium battery technology provides the motivation.