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2024 Chevy Blazer EV Revealed, Full Details Coming July 18

2024 Chevy Blazer EV parked outside a building
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2024 Chevy Blazer EV parked outside a building

This looks pretty good.

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What's happening

Chevrolet confirmed the new Blazer EV will debut July 18, 2023

Why it matters

The Blazer EV is one of many new plug-in models from Chevy, including the Silverado EV and Equinox EV.

Chevrolet released the first full look at the upcoming Blazer EV on Monday, confirming the electric SUV will debut in July 2023. The automaker initially announced the Blazer EV at CES and teased it in a video in March.

The version seen here is the Blazer SS, which Chevy bills as a high-performance electric SUV. Big wheels, bold lighting elements and heavily sculpted body sides really make the EV stand out, though at the same time, the design doesn't stray too far from the current Blazer SUV. Well done.

Unfortunately, we know next to nothing about the new Blazer EV. It'll be built atop General Motors' new Ultium battery architecture and is set to go on sale in spring 2023.

The Blazer EV is one of many new electric vehicles Chevrolet will launch in the coming years. In addition to the Silverado EV pickup, the automaker confirmed it'll sell an Equinox EV with a starting price of around $30,000. Like the Blazer, the Equinox is expected to go on sale in 2023.

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Steven Ewing spent his childhood reading car magazines, making his career as an automotive journalist an absolute dream job. After getting his foot in the door at Automobile while he was still a teenager, Ewing found homes on the mastheads at Winding Road magazine, Autoblog and Motor1.com before joining the CNET team in 2018. He has also served on the World Car Awards jury. Ewing grew up ingrained in the car culture of Detroit -- the Motor City -- before eventually moving to Los Angeles. In his free time, Ewing loves to cook, binge trash TV and play the drums.
Steven Ewing
Steven Ewing spent his childhood reading car magazines, making his career as an automotive journalist an absolute dream job. After getting his foot in the door at Automobile while he was still a teenager, Ewing found homes on the mastheads at Winding Road magazine, Autoblog and Motor1.com before joining the CNET team in 2018. He has also served on the World Car Awards jury. Ewing grew up ingrained in the car culture of Detroit -- the Motor City -- before eventually moving to Los Angeles. In his free time, Ewing loves to cook, binge trash TV and play the drums.

Article updated on June 13, 2022 at 10:35 AM PDT

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Steven Ewing spent his childhood reading car magazines, making his career as an automotive journalist an absolute dream job. After getting his foot in the door at Automobile while he was still a teenager, Ewing found homes on the mastheads at Winding Road magazine, Autoblog and Motor1.com before joining the CNET team in 2018. He has also served on the World Car Awards jury. Ewing grew up ingrained in the car culture of Detroit -- the Motor City -- before eventually moving to Los Angeles. In his free time, Ewing loves to cook, binge trash TV and play the drums.
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