General Motors and Chevrolet unveil the first image of the upcoming new SUV on their lineup under the Ultium Platform, and it’s the Blazer EV that brings an all-electric vehicle to the family. The front of the car is reminiscent of the Chevy Bolt EV, but it has a more elaborate body and face, making the entirety of an SUV use battery power.

Chevrolet Blazer EV: First Photo Revealed by CEO

General Motors Chairman and CEO Mary Barra the first image shared of the emerging electric car under the Chevrolet brand. It is the new Chevy Blazer EV that comes with the Ultium platform. No further information came with the executive’s tweet, but it already brings much of what is expected from the new electric vehicle.

It is a full-size SUV with a wide and massive body and is larger in brand than the Lyriq crossover. It also shows an oversized hood with no engine, so it’s an extra space for cargo if it wouldn’t fit in the back.

According to Barra, the Chevy Blazer EV is on its way to a special event that will bring its showcase to the world and talk about its specs and other information.

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GM’s Ultium powers the Chevrolet Blazer EV

The Chevy Blazer EV will get its power from the Ultium platform, a well-known under chassis and battery program of the company that comes to its EVs. The new Chevy Blazer EV is the latest addition to the company’s growing electric fleet, with a focus on the mini hatchback, the new 2024 Chevrolet Silverado EV electric pickup, and the aforementioned SUV.

GM .’s upcoming electric vehicles

GM is one of the leading electric vehicle manufacturers in the country, and it is because of its many subsidiaries and brands that each has its take on EVs. One of the leading vehicles in its lineup is the Chevy Bolt EV, which brings a refresh of the upcoming latest release and updates the vehicle’s features and appearance.

One of the luxury brands under GM is also one of the company’s earliest announced EVs, and the Cadillac Lyriq is headed to market as it is now in production at the Tenessee plant. The Lyriq is also one of the earliest vehicles announced under the Ultium platform, with a powertrain and battery system designed by the company.

There are also two electric trucks with the Hummer EV and the recently announced 2024 Chevy Silverado EV.

The company’s path is to dominate the EV industry with its many units available to everyone, and it adds one more vehicle to its list with the new electric SUV, the Chevy Blazer EV. The release date remains unknown and the only specs it has are the Ultium platform which will form the basis of the chassis that will power the EV.

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