Blazer-E concept envoys 2021 appearance of Chevrolet’s electric crate engine

Blazer-E concept envoys 2021 appearance of Chevrolet’s electric crate engine

Although the 2020 SEMA show won’t occur at the Las Vegas Convention Center as it has before, Chevrolet has still constructed a little force of party vehicles that features its freshest case engines, as is custom for this season. The company plans to offer an electric container powertrain unexpectedly by the end of 2021.

This 1977 K5 Blazer is under a pre-creation rendition of what is formally named the Electric Connect and Cruise powertrain, the main all-electric box engine from Chevrolet Performance. It is said by the US president of General Motors that “As GM introduces a new fleet of electric vehicles, it creates an exciting opportunity to bring EV technology to the aftermarket.”


The Blazer’s unique setup, a 400-cubic-inch little block, and three-speed auto have been exchanged with the Bolt’s 200-hp engine and a four-speed automatic gearbox, a 4L65E that gets utilized in a considerable lot of Chevrolet Performance’s Connect and Cruise powertrain bundles. There are a few difficulties when changing to an all-electric drivetrain, nonetheless. Chevrolet Performance needed to add an electric force guiding siphon and an electric vacuum siphon to keep up the Blazer’s plant brakes. A reward of the electric charge, in any case, was the expansion of a regenerative slowing mechanism, which will help press additional effectiveness out of the 4×4.

Because of current circumstances, we’ll most likely observe an all the more impressive eCrate unit at SEMA 2021 alongside the principal wave of vehicles re-controlled with Chevrolet Performance’s first all-electric reseller’s exchange powertrain.