Again at the start of the yr, throughout its reveal of the Chevy Silverado EV at CES, GM additionally confirmed that an electrical Chevy Equinox and Blazer are scheduled for manufacturing in 2023. GM confirmed us renders of the Equinox EV (and has since teased the performance-oriented, SS-badged Blazer EV), and tell us that it might begin at “round $30,000.” In the present day, we do not get a lot new data, however as an alternative get a greater take a look at that electrical Equinox crossover in a brief teaser video the corporate posted on Twitter this week.
Because the solar units on winter, it is time for a brand new starting. The First-Ever All-Electrical #ChevyEquinox is on its method. Be taught extra at https://t.co/E2ut1Efo3Q pic.twitter.com/z3d9KocUos
— Chevrolet (@chevrolet)
March 20, 2022
Along with exhibiting a blue paint colour we hadn’t but seen, we get to see some extra angles, in addition to some sequential lighting animation within the entrance and rear that we assume happens upon startup of the automobile. We get a better take a look at that lighting, among the Equinox’s curves and its flush door handles. This instance additionally sports activities a white roof and mirror caps, which signifies Chevy is a minimum of strongly contemplating providing two-tone paint choices (we might be shocked if it did not). Oh, and hey, does not that “E” within the Equinox emblem look a bit of Tesla-esque? The automobiles you see within the video and footage, Chevy warns, are simulations, and that there will probably be variations within the manufacturing mannequin.
The tweet additionally factors customers to a Chevrolet EV touchdown web page the place they’ll join updates concerning the electrical Equinox, Blazer, Silverado and a extra normal reference to “Future EV.”
The Ultium-powered Chevy Equinox EV will arrive subsequent fall as a 2024 mannequin, launching with the RS trim. GM says the LT model proven within the video will probably be out there at a later date.