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One of Chevy's most famous nameplates is getting the EV treatment with the reveal of the Blazer EV. The all-electric Blazer has been officially revealed and it will come in four trim levels that range from 247 miles of range all the way up to 320 miles of range. At the top of the range is the peformance-focused SS model, which packs 290 miles of range, 22" wheels, and an all-wheel-drive system. The SS will also produce up to 557 hp and up to 648 lb-ft of torque, allowing for a 0-60 time of less than four seconds. 

All models feature 11.5kW Level 2 onboard AC charging for recharging at home and 190kW fast charging is supported for the ability to get 78 miles of range in just 10 minutes when plugged into a DC fast charger. The Blazer EV also features a 17.7" touchscreen and an 11" instrument cluster display. Additional features include a powered-opening charge port door, regen braking, optional Super Cruise hands-free driving, and Chevy's Safety Assist suite of safety and driver assistance features. 

The 2024 Blazer EV 2LT and RS models will be available in Summer 2023 while the SS will be released in late 2023. The 1LT will be released in early 2024. Reservations are available now for $100. 

From $44,995,

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