We might be waving goodbye to the Chevy Trax soon and saying hello to a new subcompact crossover.
Aside from the all-new Trailblazer that recently made its world debut at Auto Shanghai 2019, the bow-tie brand also unveiled the smaller but equally stylish Tracker.
While it may look similar to the Trax, Chevy said the Tracker will serve as the brand's newest entry-level SUV and will be targeted towards the 'internet generation'. Based on the image provided, the Tracker appears to be similarly-sized but is slightly taller than the Trax.
Upswept LED headlights and am aggressive-looking front bumper give the Tracker a mean look. And since this is the Redline variant, it comes with a racing-inspired design courtesy of an all-black front grill, 17-inch ten-spoke alloy wheels, as well as red and black styling accents.
“The all-new Trailblazer and Tracker are taking us to the next chapter of Chevrolet SUV design. With their lean muscularity, every member of the Chevrolet SUV family is reinforcing the brand’s focus on performance and capability,” said Stuart Norris, Design Director of global Chevrolet compact SUVs.
Chevy has yet to announce the Tracker's engine lineup. However, we won't be surprised if it comes available with an array of turbocharged engines like the Trax. A choice of manual and automatic transmissions could also be available on the Chevy Tracker.
Should Chevy Philippines decide to replace the Trax with the Tracker, expect it to go up against the likes of the Ford EcoSport, Mazda CX-3, and Hyundai Kona. And since the Tracker will most likely be sourced from China, the supposed Trax replacement could also be more affordable.