The all-electric Chevrolet Blazer EV has begun shipping to customers, with a range of 279 miles and a current starting price of $56,715 – more affordable models will come soon.
Chevrolet Blazer EV Trim Levels
Now that models are shipping to customers, Chevrolet has finalized the trim offerings for the Blazer EV. The model will come in LT, RS, and SS trim levels, along with front-wheel-drive, rear-wheel-drive, and all-wheel-drive variations. The first trim levels to ship to dealers and consumers will be 2LT all-wheel-drive, RS all-wheel-drive, and RS rear-wheel-drive models.
The 2LT all-wheel-drive trim level will start at $56,715. It will feature a 17.7-inch infotainment center and an 11-inch driver information center gauge cluster. It will also feature a heated steering wheel, heated seats, “Evotex” seating material, heated side mirrors, wireless phone charging, “AutoSense” power liftgate, adaptive cruise control, 360 surround view cameras, and a host of “driver assistance and safety features.”
The RS all-wheel-drive trim level will begin at $60,215. That includes the same features as the 2LT but adds a unique front grille, gloss black trim, RS-specific badges, 21-inch wheels, a flat bottom steering wheel, self-sealing tires, ventilated front seats, heated rain sense wipers, animated exterior lighting, heated rear seats, a heads up display, and a rear camera mirror.
The RS rear-wheel-drive model adds a Bose audio system and a larger 320-mile range. It will have an MSRP of $61,790.
Chevrolet Blazer EV Availability, Range, and Tax Credits
The Blazer EV will also qualify for a $7,500 federal US tax credit, for some buyers. Dealers will begin receiving Blazer EV models in a few days (August 2023). Future front-wheel-drive models and their specs will be announced at a later date and go into production in 2024.
The Blazer SS will go into production early next year and be available in Spring 2024. A police pursuit model will also be available for local law enforcement.