This should make the new Blazer look even more aggressive.
After a 14-year hiatus, the Chevrolet Blazer has been reborn as a mid-size crossover for the modern age. Unlike its predecessor, however, it lacks body-on-frame construction and is instead built on the same platform that underpins the GMC Acadia.
The reborn Blazer went on sale earlier this year with a starting price of $29,995 for the entry-level L trim, but if you want the SUV to have some extra visual flair you may want to wait for this stylish special edition model to arrive. According to GM Authority, the 2020 Chevrolet Blazer is getting the Redline Edition treatment.
Like Chevrolet’s other Redline Edition models such as the 2018 Chevrolet Cruze Redline Edition, 2018 Chevrolet Malibu Redline Edition, and 2018 Chevrolet Trax Redline Edition, the new special edition Blazer will feature a slew of visual upgrades to help it stand out.
GM Authority claims the package will be available on 2020 Blazer models in the mid-range 2LT and 3LT trim levels. No photos of the stylish special-edition model have been released yet, but the 2020 Blazer Redline Package will include 20-inch aluminum wheels finished in Gloss Black with red trim accents, a black Blazer badge with a red outline and a black AWD badge with red outline, as well as black grille, header bar, window surrounds, sideview mirror caps and mirror stalks, door handles, front and rear Bow Tie badging, and decals.
There are also a few conditions to consider, as the Redline Edition will replace the Black Grille Package and the standalone black Bow Tie emblem package. It also requires a Jet Black interior and can only be applied to Blazers with Silver Ice Metallic, Summit White, or Black exterior colors.
The standard Blazer looks like a Camaro SUV, but the new Redline Edition should amp up the aggression. As for availability, GM Authority reports the new Redline Edition will be available for the interim 2020 model year, meaning it won’t be available at launch.