Chevrolet first introduced the current-generation Trailblazer back in 2012. Since its debut, Chevy has given the SUV some minor updates over the years to make it at par with current models. Soon though, we will be bidding farewell to the current Trailblazer as an all-new model is set to make its global debut at the 2019 Shanghai Auto Show. The next-generation Trailblazer will be making its world premiere alongside the all-new Tracker.
For now, Chevrolet has not released any specific details regarding the two SUVs aside from a shadowy teaser photo. The automaker only mentioned that the Track and Trailblazer will ‘adopt GM’s latest propulsion, intelligent connectivity and safety technologies’. Furthermore, the Tracker and Trailblazer are set to join the Equinox in Chevrolet’s SUV line up in China, in order to cater to a younger audience.
Based on the lone teaser photo released by Chevrolet, the next-generation Trailblazer features all-new styling cues unlike the current-model offered today. The upcoming Trailblazer features a two-tier headlight design and sports a front fascia similar to the all-new Camaro and Blazer crossover. It will likely ride on an all-new platform paired with a new set of powertrain options.
As for the Tracker, it appears to be the smaller SUV out of the two. Unlike the Trailblazer it will not have a two-tier headlight design but rather large, upswept units. That said, expect the Tracker to feature similar design cues as the Trailblazer to go along Chevrolet’s current design language.
Full details on both the Trailblazer and Tracker will be released on April 16 once the two crossovers debut at the Shanghai Auto Show.