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  • Now that we've seen the reborn Chevy Blazer, it seems prudent to look back at Chevy's beloved SUV and see how we got from the rough and.

    And talk about bringing back the Blazer name has been rampant for a while. Chevy tried to give each trim a distinct look with changes to the.

    Early in August, the Chevy Studio team took the removable top version of a new compact truck concept outside for a review. Code named "Blazer", the.

    The concept car concept is translated as "the idea of a car". This is a kind of prototype car, which tests people's reactions to new technologies being introduced, design solutions, etc. In its original form, prototypes are never launched into mass production.

    K5 blazer concept

    K5 blazer concept

    Designers drew inspiration from the Camaro giving the new crossover a wide stance, big grille, skinny headlights, sculpted sheetmetal, high beltline and strong rear haunches. If only the General had seen fit to keep two-door Tahoes in production, the K5 could have been an excellent stablemate to the Avalanche, giving Chevrolet two radically styled, strong-performing SUTs - kind of an automotive one-two knockout punch. Sure the SRT 10 was more expensive and had lower EPA ratings but I doubt anyone who was seriously cross shopping the two would care about price or mileage. I personally like the idea of a full size 2 door Blazer type truck with a 6. It should truthfully be based on the Colorado and have an ZR2 package and an extreme package for the street.

    K5 blazer concept

    K5 blazer concept

    K5 blazer concept

    K5 blazer concept

    K5 blazer concept

    See the all-new Chevy Blazer - CNN Video

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    Please whitelist our site in your adblocker, refresh the page, and enjoy! At the front, our Blazer rendition features a truck-like stance, despite this being a car-based crossover. The profile is unmistakably midsize — not too small, and not too big.

    K5 blazer concept

    By comparison, our Blazer renderings replace the element with a straight angle. We prohibit the sharing of these images and will take legal action against those who violate this stipulation. Motrolix LLC, the parent firm of GM Authority, assumes full copyright to these renderings — hence the watermarks plastered all over the images.

    GM Authority Founder with a passion for global automotive business strategy. Real good render, I really like the truck look like the traverse has with the creases. The view from the front looks amazing. I like the front end, but have no interest in this vehicle whatsoever. Toyota at least has the 4Runner. Let that sink in. This render reminded me of him and reminded me that I never paid my respects to him or his loved ones online. MonaroSS, I miss your contributions to the art and Internet automotive scene.

    K5 blazer concept

    Knowing you has left me a better man. As for rendering it is a little sort of the real thing, you may want to remove a little more Acadia fro me it. GMC was supposed to have a slightly smaller than Traverse body-on-frame SUV coming out to compete with the new Bronco and the current Jeep Grand Cherokee when equipped with the off-road package.

    I think this is just what GM needs to their lineup. GMI lost a huge following when he disappeared from the horizon. Thanks for bringing up the memories, brother. I rather like the rendering. Your craftsmanship is detail oriented and realistic. Totally agree, I love it when suvs have a truck look to them.

    I look at Mercedes and with them claiming death to creases all there cars just look like identical bubbles. I think it looks terrible. What is with car makers these days? Why even have 3 different models? I think its retarted that this the equinox and traverse are all gonna look alike. What happen to designers? Different vehicles need here own identity. Look back when th avalanche came out. Everyone knew what it was. And how about the outgoing terrain.

    K5 blazer concept

    I loved the boxy bold look. It set it apart from the equinox. Now it looks just like the Acadia. I know manufacturers have their signatures.

    But for god sakes get creative again. Would the Raptor be as cool if all the ford trucks look like it. No it has its own identity. Moreover, we are talking about soccer mom cars here.

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