The "Mobile Command Center' is ready for action.
The Chevrolet Blazer has proven to be quite the success, with the bowtie brand struggling to keep up with demand. And despite supply issues, the brand is still promising big things for 2022. While the US patiently waits in line for a taste, the Blazer is enjoying the limelight in other parts of the world, and we're starting to see some pretty awesome modified versions pop up. This Chevy Blazer "Mobile Command Center" was recently unveiled at the 2021 Guangzhou Motor Show. We know that the Chevy Tahoe looks great as a police interceptor, but the Blazer looks even better.
The Blazer Mobile Command Center is based on the popular RS trim, and has been fully kitted from the outside in to serve, protect, and kick some serious ass. The exterior of this crime-fighting machine is painted in a menacing black, and covered in official-looking police insignia. Exterior modifications include a pedestrian-destroying bull bar, an aggressive hood complete with additional intake, a roof-mounted LED light bar, flared wheel arches, aggressive off-road tires with beadlocks, and yellow spotlights. Because we basically live in the future these days, the Mobile Command Center even comes with a drone landing pad on its roof. The drone can be commanded from inside the cabin via live video feed.
Inside, the Mobile Command Center looks exactly like you think it would: covered in screens and buttons. The driver gets a laptop mounted where the front passenger would sit. This isn't usual police protocol, and looks more like something you'd see in a Blade Runner movie than on the streets of New York or California. Chevrolet clearly built the Mobile Command Center to draw crowds and peak interest at this year's Guangzhou Auto Show, and we think they accomplished that mission with flying colors. Chevrolet also revealed a Malibu with a Camaro ZL1 face swap at the show.