Apart from resurrecting an iconic nameplate, the all-new Blazer is an entirely modern crossover.
The 2019 Blazer resurrects an old name, but in all other respects is a very modern SUV.
The automaker built 801,163 vehicles through November and exported 693,782 of them.
The event marks the global debut of the new Monza RS sedan as well as the FNR-CarryAll Concept SUV.
Besides the 430-hp V8, this tasteful build features an all-leather interior and modern amenities.
The entry level version is quite affordable, but moving up in the range requires spending significantly more.
A custom bodywork and roll cage are also among the modifications the tuner made to the classic SUV.
Chevrolet’s all-new Blazer crossover is scheduled to go on sale in the U.S. in early January.
The sporting spirit is alive and well at Chevrolet, and these are just the tip of the proverbial iceberg.
Forget crossovers, this Chevrolet K5 Blazer is a real SUV.
General Motor says it has chosen this site because its U.S. factories are operating at full capacity.
The Blazer nameplate is back after being officially benched for the past 14 years.