The Chevrolet Equinox and Blazer are two of the brand’s most popular family-friendly SUVs. And in the automaker’s push towards electrification, the Equinox and Blazer will soon be released with as electrified models. Here’s sneak peek at the upcoming electric Equinox and Blazer.
Tech & Design
Although few details are currently known about the Equinox EV, GM has shown that it’ll boast a high-tech, streamlined design. Notable features include a thin LED lighting and bold rear pillars. The electric Equinox promises more than family-friendly features — it also comes at a price point that’s within reach for cost-conscious drivers. GM is planning to give it an MSRP around $30,000.
So far, Chevrolet has only teased a few details about the electric Blazer. The automaker promises an affordable price and plenty of amenities. Much like other Chevrolet EVs, it’s expected to be built upon the versatile Ultium platform. And given the Blazer’s athletic styling, it could be a fitting rival to the Ford Mustang Mach-E.
Coming Fall 2023
The electric Equinox and Blazer will hit the market in the fall of 2023, debuting as 2024 models. When they arrive, you’ll be able to find them right here at Bradshaw Automotive in Greer, South Carolina. But if you’re looking for a new family vehicle today, you can check out our selection of gas-powered Equinox and Blazer models, available now.