Chevrolet unveiled today the all-new TrailBlazer SUV at Dubai International Motor Show in the Middle East.
The Blazer makes a comeback with a trendy new design, bold and imposing. It is a pretty sizable thing, but it’s not as big as the Blazers of the olden days. In fact nothing is as big as the old Blazers!
The new car is based on the same platform as Chevy Colorado pickup truck and is a global product. It will be sold around the world, beginning with Thailand in early 2012.
The modern look of the 2013 Blazer is a result of a bold new grille and many many LEDs used in front and rear. Inside the cabin you get that in form of a flowing instrument panel, integrated center stack, and signature Chevrolet dual cockpit design. It is of course a seven-seat car with three-row tumble and/or fold-flat seat versatility and best-in-class spaciousness in the third row.
It also has an overhead console that integrates the HVAC system with onboard infotainment. Other features include a dual-zone, digital climate control system and the latest in infotainment technology.
The show car has an all-wheel-drive system and is powered by GM’s new 2.8-liter Duramax turbo-diesel engine. But by the time it reaches the market more options will be added.