Chevrolet has brought many of its spectacular exhibition cars to the ongoing Bogota International Motor Show 2018 in Colombia, in which its Blazer and Silverado 2019 are two stars that we cannot miss.
Chevrolet pavilion at Bogota International Motor Show 2018
“It is of great importance to us to expose the innovations that Chevrolet is having worldwide and our show cars expose the evolution of the brand in design, technology, comfort and safety,” said President of General Motors South America Oeste Fernando Agudelo.
Chevrolet Blazer 2019
Let’s commence with the Chevrolet Blazer 2019 that is set to go on sale in January 2019.
The new Blazer features an aerodynamic, sporty and versatile design
Inspired by the signature Camaro, the new Blazer features an aerodynamic, sporty and versatile design and incorporates state-of-the-art technology in comfort, connectivity, and safety. Highlights on this model are a HD camera and an exclusive rear-view mirror. Notably, the 2019 Blazer is pitched as one of the safest SUVs in Chevrolet lineup and in the world as well thanks to 14 advanced safety features like cameras, radars and ultrasonic sensors to detect hazards.
The 2019 Blazer is pitched as one of the safest SUVs in the world
Under the bonnet is a 3.6L V6 engine which is capable of 310 hp and 367 Nm of torque, hooked up to a 9-speed AT.
Chevrolet Silverado 2019
The variant of Silverado Chevy put in its pavilion is the Trail Boss whose cabin is one of the most functional it pickup truck segment.
This 2019 version is lighter than the last model for better performance on and off the road. As per off-roading, 2-in suspension lift and Chevrolet Z71 Off Road package including slide plates, rear differential lock, 18-inch wheels and Rancho dampers are adequately equipped.
This 2019 version is lighter than the last model for better performance on and off the road
Powering the Silverado Trail Boss 2019 is a 5.3L V8 mill with 355 hp and 383 Nm, mated to an 8-speed automatic gearbox.
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