The Chevrolet Trax, or Tracker as it’s known in Brazil and Russia, came out in 2012 as an alternative to other subcompact SUVs, such as the Nissan Juke.
Since then, the automotive giant parted ways with its European brands, which were sold to PSA, but the Chevy Trax remains in production to this date, and so does its overseas sibling. GM appears to be working on the successor of the Trax/Encore, as a recent reader scoop that was sent to us shows – and this time there’ll be no Opel/Vauxhall derivative.
As the initial story revealed, the prototype actually raises more questions than it answers, such as which brand exactly is behind it and what platform it will be based on.
We guess we’ll find out sooner or later – but until then, Kleber Silva has imagined what the second-gen Trax might look like. The renderings appear to be influenced by the brand’s updated models, such as the RS versions of the Cruze and Malibu, and to be honest, the finished product doesn’t look half bad, except for the wheels that seem oversized,