Chevrolet Trailblazer And Tracker Debut Modern Looks In China
17 April 2019 - motor1
Chevy wants the new crossovers to appeal to young people in China.
The Chevrolet Trailblazer and Chevy Tracker are still alive in some parts of the world, and new models wearing these old-school names make a global debut at the 2019 Auto Shanghai show. "Chevrolet has pivoted to a more youthful, fashionable, sporty and technological position, as its all-new products demonstrate," Scott Lawson, general director of Chevrolet for SAIC-GM, said about the look of the newly unveiled crossovers.
The new Trailblazer (above) has a design that cribs elements from last year's FNR-CarryAll concept. The similarities are most notable at the front where there are skinny headlights and large lamps in the front fascia. At the side, the vehicle has a prominent crease that runs through the doors and points downward towards the fenders at the back. This one rides on 17-inch black wheels with a red accent on them.
The Tracker (above) is Chevy's new entry-level crossover in China, and the company wants the model to appeal to young buyers. Its two-tiered grille has a similar aesthetic as the Trailblazer, but the big lamps are absent from the front fascia. Instead, all of the illumination is in the headlights. The model features a heavily sculpted hood and lightly creased profile to create some visual interest in the look. The one on display at the show has the Redline package with a black grille, matching badges, and 17-inch wheels with red accents.