The brand new Chevrolet Trailblazer midsized sport utility vehicle made its debut this week at the Dubai International Motor Show. This new show vehicle will go on sale to markets around the world in early 2012.
The new Trailblazer, with its body-on-frame towing capability, is based on the next generation Chevrolet Colorado already in production overseas. Even with the off-road capability, it’s still built to provide a smooth and comfortable ride for miles of city driving.
Some exterior features include a “body in-wheels out” design, made to deliver high approach and departure angles. A raised cowl, power dome, and higher-mounted dual projector headlamps provide a strong, purposeful appearance. A three-dimensional, dual-port grilles adds to this look as well.
On the inside the Trailblazer sports seating for up to seven, or you can collapse both rows of rear seats for extreme storage capability. Up front, is a dual cockpit design, with a flowing instrument panel and integrated center stack. USB and Bluetooth connectivity are also available on some models.
With no word yet on when (or if) the Trailblazer will come to the U.S. market, we will have to wait patiently as GM tests its next generation SUV in other markets.
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