All-Electric Blazer SS is Arriving to Supercharge Chevy’s Aggressive Performance Lineup

The teaser for the all-electric Blazer SS has been released, and it will officially arrive in time for next spring. Sky-high performance in EVs is just a bit easier to produce compared to their internal combustion engine counterparts, and some are certain that Chevy is going to rely on handling and aerodynamics to make the SS model thoroughly stand out.

The Super Sport badge has long been a Chevy mainstay since the gloriously loud and ferocious edge of the muscle car era, and we are excited about the striking silhouette shown in spy shots. Focusing on cost-efficient offerings rather than premium upper-end alpha models is the plan for rolling out fully electric versions of some of Chevy’s most recognized models, as times continuously change, and families are searching for current technology and safety features within a reasonable budget.

The current-model Blazer you can test drive at Jim Butler Chevrolet boasts an available 308-hp V6, an available two-tone exterior look, and an RS model that we think does a stellar job of channeling the high-powered pony in the form of the Camaro. The 2LT, 3LT, and RS models are all now available with a two-tone exterior paint scheme, and you can dip the exterior in your choice of either Yellow Metallic or Blue Glow Metallic paint color. The 2.0-liter engine now gets a tow package that’s standard with AWD and available with FWD, and you’ll be enjoying 22/29 MPG city/highway when equipped with the 2.0-liter turbo.

Everyone loves a well-concocted plot twist, and this is exactly what we expect the SS model’s arrival to provide for Blazer fans! For now, you can enjoy Chevy’s Safety Assist bundle, which becomes standard in all Blazer grades and provides you with automatic emergency braking, lane centering with departure warning, and automatic high beams. Blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic braking come as standard at the 3LT level, and the available Driver Confidence II package provides adaptive cruise control.

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