Chevy Blazer split headlights revealed in spy shots
The trend continues
May 1st 2018
The upcoming Chevrolet crossover SUV, frequently referred to as Chevy Blazer until the company officially announces the name, has been spotted once again. This time, Chevy engineers left the Blazer's lights on, giving us a glimpse at some new design details. Up front it appears the Blazer will have split headlights, much like those seen on the Hyundai Santa Fe, Hyundai Kona, and the previous generation Jeep Cherokee. The main lamps are low in the front fascia, with LED running lights higher up. Between the lights is a large and low grille, the shape and size of which could be reminiscent of the refreshed Malibu.
Around the back, we can see a bit of the taillights. They look very similar to those found on the Malibu and Equinox, but they seem to have more pronounced LED elements that form little "Y" shapes. Another interesting note is that this model lacks the rectangular exhaust tip surrounds in the rear bumper seen on another example of the crossover. Instead, this Blazer just has simple half-circle cutouts in the rear bumper for the tips. As such, this is probably a lower trim version of the crossover.
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