GM recently announced that it would be reviving the once-famous nameplate, the Chevrolet Trailblazer, as one of the two replacements for the Chevy Trax. It announced the 2020 Trailblazer design during the Auto Shanghai 2019 show, and the model includes Redline trimmings and a high-power engine.
With an entirely new design and striking exterior styling, the 2020 Trailblazer design will be largely inspired by the all-new 2019 Chevy Blazer, which has a distinct front grille, slim LED headlights, and more. GM said the new crossover will have “a character all its own,” while also “brining a bold and expressive look to the segment.”
GM hasn’t finalized all the details of outward look, but we do know that the model will come with a single, prominent body line to emphasize the strength of the crossover. There’s also a flat roof design to streamline roof storage, as well as a taught surface style. There’s an accent lighting strip to draw attention to the dual-port grille, as well as a front bumper with primary forward lighting.
Other features include tow hooks, black A-pillars, and 17.0-inch black wheels. In particular, the Redline will displace hash marks on the wheels, red tow hooks, and other bold red-and-black styling on the exterior.
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