What Do You Want To Know About The 2024 Chevy Blazer EV?

Originally making its formal introduction over the summer of the 2022 calendar year, the 2024 Chevy Blazer EV debuts a brand-new midsize crossover for Chevy’s all-electric lineup, offering multiple configurations, slick styling, and GM Ultium technology under the skin. Now, GM Authority is set to climb behind the wheel of the 2024 Chevy Blazer EV during an event in California later this week. As such, we have to ask – what do you want to know about the 2024 Chevy Blazer EV?

GM Authority will be among the first to drive the new 2024 Chevy Blazer EV, with an opportunity to get behind the wheel of the RS trim level in both RWD and AWD configurations. For readers who may be unaware, the 2024 Chevy Blazer EV RS is the mid-range model in the EV’s three-trim lineup, with the trim level cadence kicking off with the 2LT, and topped by the SS. The Blazer EV was originally expected to offer the 1LT as the entry-level trim, but the 1LT was later deleted from the lineup.

As for drive types, the 2LT will be available in FWD and AWD, the RS will be available in FWD, AWD, and RWD, and the SS will be available in AWD. For the moment, the least-expensive 2024 Chevy Blazer EV announced for far is the 2LT AWD model which starts at $56,715. Pricing for the 2LT FWD will be less than that, but pricing info for the 2LT FWD has yet to be announced.

All models are equipped with GM Ultium batteries and GM Ultium Drive motors, with the GM BEV3 platform providing the underpinnings. Range per charge is set between 279 miles and 320 miles, depending on the configuration. An 11.5 kW on-board AC charger is equipped as standard (19 kW available higher in the range), while DC quick charging up to 190 kW is available. Production takes place at the GM Ramos Arizpe plant in Mexico. More information on pricing, options, and packages can be found here.

So then, we want you to tell us – what do you want to know about the 2024 Chevy Blazer EV? Tell us by posting your questions in the comments section below, and we’ll answer as soon as we’re able. It should also be mentioned that driving impressions and detailed feature spotlights will be under embargo until Wednesday, December 13th, so keep that in mind. Finally, make sure to subscribe to GM Authority for more Chevy Blazer EV news, Chevy news, GM electric vehicle news, GM technology news, and around-the-clock GM news coverage.

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Jonathan Lopez: Jonathan is an automotive journalist based out of Southern California. He loves anything and everything on four wheels.

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      • How much is the range affected by temperature? Whats it like in really cold conditions? Does it have a warm up option before initial morning drive?

  • Will the GM Design Team that styled this exterior be sent over to the Cadillac Studio to correct the Celestiq??

  • Are there parking sensors on the front of the car that lets you know your getting to close to an object?

    Also i notice in some pictures and videos online of the red and blue SS version has Brembo brakes in the front and rear for the red. But i've saw the blue SS that only had those brakes in the front. Will those brakes be in the front and rear or just the front?

    Saw on the demo screen of the ss that you can see how much brake pads your car will have left from the screen? Will that be on the production version as well?

    Will the top speed ever be faster then 130 on the ss? Ive saw the tires on the SS thats rated W thats 168 mph. Why didn't they pick an H rated tire thats cheaper? If it can only go 130?

    Will there be some type of Sentry Mode or something like tesla that can record events that's happening around your car? If not could can that be fixed with an update in the future?

    On the manual on pager 236 it has a surround vision recorder? is that only for the ss version?

    • None because i dont own one yet. But doing a bunch of research before I purchase one of the SS versions. So getting much info as i can before making a decision to get this one are go with a different brand all together.

  • Only question that matters is:
    Why is it so expensive? They are already piling up at dealerships in my area.
    Who the Hel* would buy one of these for $60,000+?

      • Look harder. It’s not just GM dealerships. Fords are also stocked to the brim with F150 Lightnings and Mustang Mach Es. The other day I drove past a Toyota dealer in Hackensack NJ and the entire front row were bZ4Xs. About 20 of them occupying the front row. The media can say whatever they want that EVs are “gaining popularity” but boots on the ground picture tells a very different story. People don’t want to pay more for less convenience.

        • So I bothered to check all 3 dealerships in ATX. henna, 0, capitol 1 in stock 10 in transit, Autonation, 1 in stock, several in transit. Yes sir, they are just piling up. What is it with web comments that are just not connected to reality? Is Musk paying people for disinformation? i mean he did drop 44B on one of the biggest disinformation sites in the world, so what a few hundred bucks to get people to post on web sites.

          • Every location is different, depends on dealer allocation. Here in Ohio dealers also have few on hand and have seen none on the streets. Ford dealers all have alot Lightnings and Mach E sitting on lots. The sales are not going as fast as the so called professionals said they would. They have some neat features but if they start doing like Tesla and lower the price but you don't get alll the bells and whisltles working without paying more sales are going to tank.

    • I can confirm that they are starting to collect on dealer lots. So far, I can say from experience that customer interest has been close to zero.

          • The dealer in Naples Fl showing more than 20 in stock advertised as marked down below msrp. Its early, but does look like there’s a possible demand issue.

          • This is really interesting (not being sarcastic - know Internet isn't awesome at conveying tone). Here in SF Bay Area none have functionally shown up at all (one dealer hasn't gotten a single one, another got one in November and it sold $30k over MSRP). Dealers have been told they won't come until end of December/January. I wonder why they allocated early production to FL over CA??

          • I looked at the Naples Chevy website and all the Blazer EVs says "in transit" or "available for transfer". No selling prices listed.

          • I stand corrected...28 in transit. Though, on each one of them, the msrp is shown and has a slash through it and invites a click for the "the red tag price"...whatever that means exactly. I would assume a discount, but who knows with dealer types.

          • I feel like this is some sort of dealer-specific shenanigans to gather sales leads. No one in the country has any volume of these. Why would anyone be discounting out of the gate? And the price is held behind an email collector. I'm not arguing that Chevy might be overpricing these things. But this particular example seems super fishy.

          • Context is a wonderful thing!

            The dealer you mentioned is showing:-
            28 Blazer EV"s
            177 Equinox ICE
            663 Silverado 1500's!!!

    • The real question is, how much money is the dealerhsip trying to extort from their customers on top of MSRP? Gurantee its $$$$+ in additional BS money...

      • There are a couple below MSRP at a nearby dealership, and two showing available in-transit at my nearest one. These are decent sized dealerships for towns of less than 20,000, but not monsters. I haven't looked hard, and was rather surprised to find any in stock, let alone lightly discounted.

    • Why buy a GM EV at all. the price will drop in 6 months to a year from now, nobody is purchasing them at the high interest rates provided by the lenders. GM is also doing the same thing with EV's they did with ICE vehicles,
      "Re-badging" across the product lines.

    • Weren’t we just complaining about inventory being too low and not being able to test drive many new EVs. It should be a good thing that the lots get filled just saying.

  • Why does it exist in a vacuum? Why are there windows on the outside that you cannot see out of from the inside? Why is it a useless toy for fools and their money?

  • Are the seats comfortable? Will ventilated seats only be available on the top trim. How much hard plastic is in the interior? What is the estimated $ of the rwd model?

    • Regular Blazer is a mix of awkward, cheap and ugly. The electric version is significantly better in all regards.

      You may not like the EV powertrain, but the ICE version is pretty boring in the powertrain department too.

  • Give us a thorough rundown of the new GM software that’s being used in the Blazer. What are the pros and cons of this system versus the Google based system that’s currently being used. How this system can interact with personal phones without Apple CarPlay/Android Auto.

    Also detail what items will require a subscription to operate.

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