Chevrolet has released the first teaser image of the Tracker and Trailblazer, ahead of their debut at the Shanghai Auto Show on April 16th.
The company is keeping details under wraps, but hinted the models will feature “GM’s latest propulsion, intelligent connectivity and safety technologies.” That’s not much to go on, but the crossovers will be sold alongside the Equinox and Chevrolet said the models will “meet the diverse demands of younger consumers.”
While the teaser image isn’t too revealing, pictures of the Tracker surfaced in January. They showed the model will have will have a slender grille which resides above a prominent air intake. The crossover will also have a sculpted hood and plastic body cladding.
Moving further back, the Tracker has distinctive front fenders which incorporate the ‘recessed curve’ design featured on the Silverado. The model also has pronounced character lines and a greenhouse which ramps up towards the rear.
Engine options remain unconfirmed, but previous reports have suggested the Tracker will be powered by a turbocharged 1.0-liter three-cylinder engine that produces up to 115 hp (85 kW / 116 PS). It will reportedly be connected to a six-speed dual-clutch transmission.
Less is known about the Trailblazer, but the teaser image shows the model will have a slim grille which is flanked by two sets of lighting units. Other notable features include a roof rack and an angular accent above the rear fenders. The model also appears to have a distinctive greenhouse with a stepped window that continues into the D-pillar.
Previous reports have suggested the Trailblazer will be a renamed version of the Trax and this seems possible as previous spy photos appear to be identical to the teaser image.