Last Thursday (21), Chevrolet announced a new SUV called The Seeker. In coupe guise, the model will be launched for the Chinese market on July 28.
“Chevrolet’s latest global model in China benefits from 87 years of introducing the brand’s traditional SUVs that are fun to drive, functional and purpose-built,” said Jack Uppal, Chevrolet’s managing director for SAIC-GM. , in a note.
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The Finder will join the Blazer, Equinox and Tracker already sold in the market.
The brand adds that the SUV will feature Chevrolet’s new international design language, both inside and out.
According to information from GM Authority, the model will be positioned between the Blazer and the Equinox.
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