The Chevy Blazer nameplate made its comeback for the 2019 model year as an all-new midsize crossover, and since then, it has performed decently in terms of sales in its segment. Notably, the Chevy Blazer trim level cadence doesn’t offer a High Country model as the range-topper of the lineup, as is usually the case for a Chevy utility model. Now, we’ve taken it upon ourselves to create a potential Chevy Blazer High Country with the following exclusive GM Authority rendering.
For those readers who may have missed our previous exclusive coverage, Chevy has no plans to actually offer a Chevy Blazer High Country trim level, at least for now. As such, the current Chevy Blazer trim cadence includes 2LT, 3LT, RS, and Premier, with the RS and Premier sharing the top of the lineup. With that in mind, we went ahead and rendered this Blazer High Country just to see what such a thing could look like.
As the hypothetical range-topper of the lineup, our potential Chevy Blazer High Country emphasizes luxury and elegance, incorporating a number of exterior features to underline its top-of-the-line distinction. That includes polished trim around the front fascia connecting the upper lighting signatures in a single arc and bracketing a golden Chevy Bow Tie badge. The lighting elements in the corners of the bumper are bracketed in polished trim as well, while the grille incorporates large, horizontal slats with the same finish. A High Country inscription is seen in the top grille bar.
Further High Country badging was added to the fenders, while large, multi-spoke polished wheels roll in the corners. Polished roof rails were added up top, while the roof itself presents a sort of “floating” design with black pillars and black window surrounds. The rear end presents another High Country badge on the hatch, while dual exhaust pipes are found in the rear bumper.
As we stated in previous GM Authority coverage, we think some rich brown leather upholstery would make this thing even sweeter.