Meet the White Night Edition.
The Chevrolet Blazer, which went into production in 2018, has proven to be massively popular across the globe, and Chevrolet has recorded a massive jump in sales over the past two years. Massive demand, combined with the ongoing international chip shortage, has caused serious supply issues locally, but GM China is still pushing new special edition cars into the market, and a new one has just launched there.
The Blazer is a new entrant to the Chinese market and is banking on the new range-topping trim, the White Night Edition, to bring in some more sales. First impressions are positive, but is this truly a new trim level, or just some appearance package?
The 2022 Chevy Blazer White Night Edition, which is based on the RS trim level, made its debut this week at the 2021 Guangzhou International Motor Show and showcased unique exterior styling inspired by the USDM Midnight Edition package. This new range-topper will only be available in the seven-seat configuration. The exterior of the White Night Edition features a predictable black-and-white color scheme.
The body base is covered in a crisp Pearl White, while the rest of the body features black highlights and clever little touches such as blacked-out pillars. This White Night rides upon a set of 21-inch black wheels that ties the whole package together.
The interior is shared with the RS model too and comes with red and silver trim highlights, as well as all the latest tech, including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration. Under the hood, you'll find GM's mild-hybrid powertrain which consists of a turbocharged 2.0-liter LSY four-cylinder engine and an electric motor with a 48-volt battery. This willing little combo produces a healthy 233 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque. Power is sent to all four wheels via a nine-speed automatic transmission.
The White Night Edition is now available to order and retails for an MSRP of 333,900 CNY ($52,285). A fully loaded 2022 Blazer will set you back nearly $60k in the US.