Electric Chevrolet EQUINOX 2023: The Most High Profile Chevrolet Ever
General Motors created big hype at CES 2022 with the unveiling $30,000 electric Chevrolet Equinox crossover and a larger electric Chevrolet Blazer SUV available for 2023.
The trio of high-profile Chevy vehicles were among the initiatives outlined by General Motors Chair and CEO Mary Barra as part of her virtual keynote address at CES 2022. Barra delivered her address virtually from the Fox Theater in Detroit. She used the stage to show the new electric Chevy Silverado (and a new Trail Boss off-road variant) and add that GM will be introducing electric heavy-duty vehicles as well by 2025.
Electric 2024 Chevrolet Equinox Due Fall 2023
2024 Chevy Equinox EV, going on sale in the fall of 2023, available both in fleet and retail versions, will be several notches less boring than the gas-fed model on sale today. The first released images show a crossover that is more sleek and modern than a conventional Equinox, with more dramatically sculpted sides.
The Equinox EV was designed to offer an affordable, high-volume electric vehicle for the Chevy brand as GM attempts to offer EVs in all segments and price points.
Electric Blazer Will Be Shown This Year
Before the Equinox arrives, the 2024 Chevrolet Blazer EV will go on sale in the spring of 2023. Barra did not offer a visual preview of the Blazer.
Even though the Blazer will come sooner, GM has provided few details. We are promised it will debut later this year and will be priced right—which is key given the conventional Blazer suffered from a high sticker price that deterred some buyers who were otherwise attracted to its muscular good looks.
Ultium Platform For All
The new electric vehicles will use GM's Ultium EV platform created in 2020 and which powers the 2022 GMC Hummer EV electric pickup now on sale.
Still to come are electric versions of the Silverado and GMC Sierra pickups and a number of SUVs including the 2024 GMC Hummer EV SUV, the 2023 Cadillac Lyriq mid-size SUV, the Equinox and Blazer, and crossovers planned for the Buick brand.
Cadillac will also have the Celestiq flagship limo-like sedan with a hatch instead of a trunk.
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