General Motors’ Chairperson and CEO Mary Barra revealed during her CES 2022 keynote address that the Chevrolet brand will introduce Equinox EV and Blazer EV in 2023 as a 2024 model, with the former’s MSRP estimated to start at around $30,000 in the U.S. Both crossovers will be underpinned by GM’s scalable Ultium EV platform that is also being shared with upcoming Honda and Acura models.
The Equinox EV looks significantly different and futuristic compared with the ICE-powered Equinox. There’s a light bar at the front that not only stretches the entire width but also wraps around the vehicle a little bit, followed by the actual headlights housed within the “grille”. At the rear, the light bar tries to create a perspective by getting progressively smaller towards the logo in the middle. The renderings here showcase the regular Equinox EV (LT, most likely) and the sporty RS variant with gloss black accents. Blazer EV is yet to be revealed.
Again, the cockpit renderings showcase the regular Equinox EV and its RS sibling. The styling and the colors look just as funky as the exterior. Also, notice the green light band on the upper part of the steering wheel rim, suggesting the availability of the Super Cruise driver assistance feature.
Nothing more information is available at the moment, but I guess it’s safe to assume both EVs will offer a range between 250 and 300 miles (402-483 km) per charge.