The Chevrolet Trailblazer SUV made its production debut at a special launch event ahead of the 2012 Bangkok International Motor Show and now Chevrolet has confirmed that the vehicle will be available to purchase throughout the world, starting in Thailand in June.
The car was created by the GM South America Design Center in São Caetano do Sul, Brazil, and shares a number of design cues with the Chevrolet Colorado, following the brand's global design DNA. The dual-port grille, synonymous with the brand's range, is again present with the bow tie proudly displayed on the horizontal bar.
Matt Noone, director of Design for GM do Brasil, says: "There's an obvious sense of muscle in the design, but at the same time a very sophisticated appearance in line with the world's premium SUVs.
"From every angle, the Chevrolet Trailblazer looks agile and athletic, with a refined finish that makes it a vehicle our customers will aspire to own," he adds.
Inside the car features a flowing IP, integrated center stack and Chevrolet's dual cockpit design, attempting to marry the features of an SUV with the characteristics of a passenger car.
Chevrolet hopes that the contrasting trim used with the light-colored leather seating and dual-grained surfaces on the instrument panel convey a premium feel.