Chevrolet provides all kinds of convenience for their 2024 Chevrolet Blazer. They have the right option for those who want electric power. And yet they also offer the opportunity for those who aren’t excited with the electric powertrain. It’s safe to say that the new Blazer has it all for different enthusiasts. Indeed, the new Blazer may not be similar to the original construction, but it doesn’t mean it would be lame or disappointing. The company promises that the new Blazer will be promising and sound, including the possibility of an electrified version.
2024 Chevrolet Blazer SS
The SS trim is the alternative option if you don’t like the electrified Blazer. This Chevrolet Blazer SS is designed to compete against Model Y Performance (from Tesla) and Mustang Mach-E GT (from Ford). But Chevrolet won’t stop there as they are planning on delivering three more models that are more affordable, but with less power, than the Blazer.
The Updated Plan
The original Blazer was designed as a specialized offroad SUV, but Chevy ‘tweaked’ it in 2019 by creating it as a midsize crossover with the two-row model. Loyal and hardcore fans were disappointed, but now they are excited. For the upcoming 2024 model, the company plans on changing the nameplate to the electrified SUV. The gas-free UV would be named the Blazer EV, while the Blazer SS would be the non-electrified version having 557 hp. For the Blazer EV, Chevy is using the Ultium battery tech. The RS trim level would be offered as the model with the most range, estimated to cover 320 miles of distance within one charge. Quite impressive, huh?
2024 Chevrolet Blazer EV
The 2024 Chevrolet Blazer EV would be designed as the all-new variant, having its distinct interior and body. Four trims would be offered, with the RS and (mid-range) 2LT planned to debut in summer 2023. The higher trim, the SS would follow soon enough, being planned before 2023 ends. Meanwhile, the base 1LT (the most affordable one) will be released at the beginning of 2024.
2024 Chevrolet Blazer EV Price
Like the others, the price would depend significantly on the trim level because it is related to the features and specs. The base trim would be the 1LT, with an estimated price tag of around $45,000. The higher trim would be the 2LT, with a price range of about $47,600. The following (higher) trim would be the RS, with a tag price of $52,000, while the highest trim, the SS, would be set at around $66,000.
If you want to get the best out of your spending, you can start with the RS trim level so you can enjoy the maximum driving range of the Blazer. The sporty-looking ride has the standard 21-inch wheels, a hands-free power-operated rear liftgate, ventilated (and heated) front seats, an illuminated Chevy bowtie logo, and flat bottomed heated steering wheel.
Performance and Powertrain
Although Chevy hasn’t provided exact numbers for all their trim levels, they have provided the number for the SS level, which would be set at around 557 hp. This would run on the electric unit with the all-wheel driving system as the standard. This model would be able to reach 60 mph within 4.0 seconds only. The 1LT would come in only the front wheel, while the 2LT would be either an all-wheel or front-wheel system. The RS would be either rear-wheel or front-wheel, but with the all-wheeling system as regional. You should know more about 202the 4 Chevrolet Blazer once more info is available.