After debuting in summer 2022 the 2024 Chevy Blazer EV will soon launch as the first model year of the all-electric variant of the Bow Tie’s crossover. A fairly limited selection of interior colors are offered, and as today’s look at the available Chevy Blazer EV wheels shows, the vehicle starts out with only two choices of rollers.
GM Authority is bringing you a look at the Chevy Blazer EV wheels offered as standard on the three current trim levels, including the 2LT AWD, RS AWD and RS RWD. There are no extra-charge optional wheels at this point, and the crossover rides on one of two wheel sizes, 19 inches or 21 inches, as the table below details:
|19-inch machined-face aluminum wheel with painted pockets
|21-inch machined-face aluminum wheel with Black painted pockets
While wheel selection is highly limited for now, it is worth recalling that the 2024 Chevy Blazer EV SS performance trim is still forthcoming. The Super Sport variant will have its own selection of wheels which will add greater variety to the available lineup of Chevy Blazer EV wheels.
Currently, production is under way for some variants of the Blazer EV. The online configurator is live at Chevrolet‘s website and gives customers the option to spec or discover more information about the battery-electric crossover.
Notably, the Blazer EV rides on the GM BEV3 platform that also provides the underpinnings for the Chevy Equinox EV and Cadillac Lyriq, among others. Propulsion is provided by GM Ultium Drive motor and GM Ultium battery technologies.
The 2LT and RS AWD share the same powertrain, a two-motor arrangement (RPO code XRD) paired with an 85 kWh Ultium battery pack (RPO code EC5) developing 288 horsepower and 333 pound-feet of torque. The RS RWD has a single motor linked to the 102 kWh Ultium battery pack (RPO code EC6) and generates higher output, cranking out 340 horsepower and 325 pound-feet of torque.