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Chevrolet Trailblazer wins Colorado “face” in line in 2024; See details – 04/24/2023

The column had already predicted in January that Chevrolet would maintain production of the Trailblazer SUV in 2024 alongside the new-generation S10. Now, we’ve found out that the seven-seat model will retain the same body structure as the current line and will only receive the “face” of the Colorado.

New generations of S10 and Trailblazer will maintain the same existing base. The truck will also retain the same bodywork, but will have a new front end and more changes to get closer to its American sister Colorado.

In addition to preserving the SUV’s bodywork, there will be no door seal changes and even the rear will keep the taillights in the same formats – what will change are the lenses and arrangements for the light cluster.

Up front, the Chevrolet Trailblazer that will be new for the 2025 line will receive a new hood, headlights, bumpers and bumpers. The front will be identical to the S10 and Colorado pickups. To get an idea of ​​what the model would look like, digital designer Joao Kleber Amaral, from auto channelShe provided us with the photos that illustrate this article.

If the change on the outside is limited to the front, inside the 2025 Chevrolet Trailblazer you’ll receive the same panel and door liners as the Colorado. The steering wheel is new, the multimedia center is perched and, like the Montana, has an acrylic piece that connects the screen to the dashboard, and it’s 100 percent digital. The center console is high and there is an electronic parking brake.

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In the mechanics, the change will be due to the 2.8 turbo diesel engine that will be updated to provide new numbers of power and torque. To keep up with the more powerful engine, Chevrolet will replace the six-speed automatic transmission with the eight-speed that debuted in the new Colorado.