Since the nameplate's debut in 1969, the Chevrolet Blazer has had the ability to change appearances.
The Blazer transitioned from being a full-size, truck-based two-door known as the K5
to a smaller SUV body design based on the S-10 pickup in the middle of the 1980s.
Before the Blazer name made a comeback on a sharply designed crossover in 2019, there was the mid-size
TrailBlazer of the early 2000s, which gave rise to an LS V-8-powered SS variant.
For the 2024 model year, Chevrolet is reusing the moniker for a brand-new electric SUV with a range of up to 320 miles and a performance edition with 557 horsepower.
Chevy hasn't specified the size of the battery packs for the Blazer EV, which is built on the Ultium platform from General Motors. According to Chevy
the Blazer EV can charge at up to 190 kW and add 78 miles of range in only 10 minutes when connected to a DC fast-charger.