The 2023 Chevy Blazer will look a little different. A refreshed version of the popular midsize crossover was caught undergoing testing recently with camouflaged front and rear end clips that show off a slightly different look than previous model years.
Will the Blazer adopt some of the signature stylings we’ve seen on the 2022 Silverado refresh? Time will tell.
Our spy photographer reports:
We got our first look at the facelift in store for the Chevy Blazer, caught here in the Premier trim-level. The camouflage is a tight-fitting graphic wrap, thoroughly revealing the new lines.
The revised front-fascia gets a cleaner, more cohesive arrangement of the lighting and grille elements. The grille gets a new three-slat design, with heavier fourth horizontal bar anchoring the bottom of the opening.
The Blazer retains a redesigned version of its two-tiered lighting scheme. The upper LED signature gets a modernized look that appears similar to Chevrolet’s redesigned Bolt and Bolt EUV. The primary headlights appear to get redesigned clusters using a new projector-beam treatment. The outer edges of the front-fascia get all-new surface development, replacing the pinched angularity of the current design with a stronger, more square-jawed look.
New tail-lights hide behind more graphic camouflage. It appears that the Blazer’s sporty, Camaro-influenced tail-light treatment will be toned-down, at least on the Premier trim-level. A simplified, more linear design treatment is visible beneath the camo wrap. The white-lensed reverse lights migrate to the bottom of the clusters, further signaling a redesign is in the works.