Chevy is sitting at a turning point for the 2022 model year. An Avenue extends into the future with an electric 2024 Silverrado and an electric Equinox compact crossover. The other extends to the past to honor performance icons like the Chevrolet Corvette and Camaro, as well as the Chevy Spark subcompact and Chevy Tracks subcompact crossovers, as well as what was once new. The re-launch of the GM 2022 Bolt EV also corrected the course for Chevy that now the battery fire issues have been fixed.
One of the best-selling, refreshed 2022 Silverrado pickup trucks is a vehicle that captures the suspension of the Bow Tie in a timely manner. Due to market conditions and supply shortages, the Chevrolet dealer lot sells two distinct trucks, a Cariover Silverrado designated by an LTD tag, as well as an updated 2022 Silverrado with more standard features and an upgraded interior.
Here’s a closer look at what’s new from Chevy for the 2022 model year, as well as a 2023 model or two.
2023 Chevrolet Blazer
– Chevy’s mid-size crossover SUV’s mid-cycle refresh sports new front and rear styling and signature new LED lighting.
– A large 10.0-inch touchscreen standard.
– Adapted cruise control and wireless smartphone charging across 2LT, 3LT, RS and Premier grade lineups.
– An electric version is planned for 2024.
2023 Corvette Z06
– The C8 Mid-Engine Supercar gets the Z06 treatment with the most powerful naturally ambitious V-8 in Chevy’s history.
– 5.5-liter V-8 with a flat-plane crankshaft churning 670 hp and 460 lb-ft.
– Reported 0-60 mph time 2.6 seconds.
2022 Bolt EV and EUV
– Resumes production on April 4 after a break of most six months to fix electric hatchbacks and larger electric crossover battery packs.
– All bolts EV GM made since 2017 had to be withdrawn due to a fire in the battery from the defective cell of the supplier LG.
– Medium-sized pickup trucks can have a 1.0-inch suspension lift with trail boss package, 17-inch black wheels with front and middle skid plates, red toe hooks and all-terrain tires.
– The ZR2 off-road model features a 2.0-inch lift, 3.5-inch wide track, 17-inch aluminum wheel, front and rear electronic locking differential, adaptive damper, standard trailing package, heated front seat and steering wheel.
– Complete redesign expected for 2023 ৷
– Excluded from the base L trim and larger 252-hp Turbo-4 lineup.
– Powered by a 170-hp turbo-4 with 6-speed automatic on the front or all-wheel drive.
– New front and rear facies, slimmer grille design, new LED headlights and taillights.
– RS trim is offered for the first time with black 19-inch wheels, black exterior trim material and black interior with red stitching.
– Carries work trucks and custom trims.
– LT, RST, LTZ, Trail Boss, and High Country trims.
– Internal updates include a 13.4-inch touchscreen that replaces the 8.0-inch screen, an electronic gear shifter and more refinement on higher trims.
– The base V-6 is turned off for a 355-hp 5.3-liter V-8 with a 10-speed automatic transmission.
– The Silverado ZR2 Crew Cab model features position-sensitive shock, front and rear electronic locking differential, 33-inch mud-ground tires, red toe hook, two skid plates and a front steel bumper.
– Standard driver-assist features include automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, active lane control, automatic high beam and a rearview camera mirror.
– Super Cruise limited hands-free driving system available.
– Chevy dropped the 193-hp base inline-4 in favor of the 228-hp 2.0-liter Turbo-4.
2022 Malibu (probably last year)
2022 Spark (last year)
2022 Suburbs and Tahoe
– The 6.2-liter V-8 could be an alternative to the RST, Z71 and Premier trim in addition to the High Country this year.
– Base L trim omitted.
– Re-styled LED headlights and taillights
– Automatic emergency braking and wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto standard.
2022 Trax (last year)