General Motors has unveiled its newest model, the Chevrolet Blazer EV. The new Blazer is expected to be in direct competition with Tesla’s Model Y and Ford’s Mustang Mach-E. This EV is expected to hit showrooms in the summer of 2024.
The starting price for an electric Chevrolet blazer is $45,000, but it can range up to $66,000 for the vehicle’s “SS” performance variant, equipped with 557 horsepower. Prices may increase depending on the overall inflation rate and the cost of raw materials. When the Chevrolet Blazer EV hits dealerships early next year, it will be the brand’s fourth electric vehicle.
General Motors teases that the newest model reaches 0-60 mph speed in less than four seconds. There are going to be four vehicle models to choose from with unique features.
The General Motors production team believes the electric range for the vehicle will be about 247 miles and 320 miles, depending on the variant. To promote the crossover, the company will also offer the SS variant to police departments throughout the United States. Another new GM EV will reportedly be revealed soon and may cost as little as $30,000.
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