2024 Chevrolet Crossover Coupe Spied In America Appears Undisguised In China

2024 Chevrolet Crossover Coupe Spied In America Appears Undisguised In China

About a month ago, our spies spotted a mysterious Chevrolet compact crossover coupe testing under fairly heavy camouflage here in the United States. Now, that same vehicle has made a semi-official appearance completely undisguised in China, leading us to believe that it could be a global-entry model from GM.

In the People’s Republic, where the crossover is listed under the SAIC-GM joint venture, it is called ‘Seeker’, though if it ends up being sold in North America, as the spied prototypes suggest that it may, it will likely carry a different name.

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China’s Chevrolet Seeker above looks pretty much the same as the Chevy prototype we recently spied testing in the United States

With the camo wrap removed, we can see that its styling heavily resembles a shrunken Blazer with a much sleeker greenhouse that’s tapered at the rear. At the front, we find a split headlight treatment similar to the Blazer although the Seeker has more elongated upper LEDs and taller lower headlights. The grille is different, with the actual intake not following the hourglass shape of the chrome element that splits it in two.

On the profile, the window line and the wheelarches look similar to the smaller Tracker, but the Seeker has more pronounced rear shoulders and a heavily inclined rear windscreen for a more athletic stance. The two-tone 17-inch five-spoke wheels look similar to the Trailblazer RS while there are also black-finished 18-inch rims with a double five-spoke design. At the back, the small cube-shaped taillights are connected with faux vents, and the rear bumper has a skid plate doubling as a diffuser.

According to the documents we found on China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, the Chevrolet Seeker measures 4,537 mm (178.6 inches) long, 1,823 mm (71.8 inches) wide, and 1,564 mm (61.6 inches) tall with a 2,700 mm (106.3 inches) wheelbase. Compared to other SUVs and crossovers in Chevrolet’s lineup, the Seeker is 267 mm (10.5 inches) longer than China’s Tracker, 130 mm (5.1 inches) longer than the Trailblazer, 115 mm (4.5 inches) shorter than the Equinox, and a full 337 mm (13.3 inches) shorter than the Blazer.

Under the bonnet lies a turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine made in China by SAIC, which produces 177 hp (132 kW / 180 PS) allowing for a claimed top speed of 205 km/h (127 mph).

The Chevrolet Seeker will be produced by the SAIC-GM joint venture in China with a market launch expected in the third quarter of 2022. The North American variant could follow within the next year.

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Spy photo credits S. Baldauf/SB-Medien for CarScoops

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