The “Chevrolet Seeker” is an interesting vehicle currently undergoing development and testing within General Motors. It’s not clear if it will go on sale in North America but development prototypes have been spied around GM’s Proving Grounds in Milford, Michigan. Recently our spy photographer caught the interior fitment of the new small crossover.
2024 Chevrolet Seeker – Our photographer reports:
We got an uncovered look inside the Chevrolet Seeker, the new compact crossover which has recently leaked from GM’s China operations. Prototypes for the Seeker have been caught testing around GM’s Proving Grounds in Michigan, yielding much speculation as to the identity of the new addition to GM’s model roster.
Blazer-Inspired Interior Cues
The Seeker will slot between the Chevy Trailblazer Equinox, but it’s still unknown if the new model will grace American showrooms, or if its just for global markets. The leaked images only reveal the new crossover’s exterior, so our revealing interior shots still help to tell us more about what Seeker has to offer. The dashboard design appears to take inspiration from the Chevy Blazer, with sporty styling and circular air vents similar to Chevy’s large, Camaro-inspired crossover.
Equinox EV Interior Overtones, As Well
Our interior spy shots reveal an interesting quirk—screens that look very similar to what has been seen on Chevrolet’s Equinox EV teaser images. On the Equinox EV images, the instrument display screen is stacked on top of the central infotainment screen, and that is what we see inside the prototype for the Seeker. The shapes and interplay between the displays in this Seeker prototype look nearly identical to the Equinox EV, except for some subtle differences between the top of the IP display shape.
It’s difficult to tell if these interior displays are actually the units that are meant for the Seeker, as they appear to be be mounted external to the dashboard. There’s a chrome surround that might accept the central infotainment screen, but it’s impossible to say for sure. There are bundles of cables coming from within the dash, leading to testing/diagnostic equipment, which could explain why the screens are not mounted flush. It’s a bit of a mystery, that will be solved when the full Seeker image-set is either officially released, or leaked once again.
Time will also tell if the Seeker is destined for the American market, but it’s clear seeing these new interior shots that the design is worthy of US showrooms, and would fit in just fine with the rest of Chevy’s North American market. The fact that this prototype is using tech that looks to be a match for other U.S.-market Chevy’s may point to an American future for the compact crossover, after all.