The 60 kWh electrical connection and cruise kit will be sold in the second half of 2021, which includes most of Blazer’s features: 200 hp electric motor, 60 kWh battery pack, DC to AC power inverter to drive the motor, for other on-board systems ( Accessories such as radios and lighting) supply DC to DC power converters, controllers, wiring harnesses and water pumps for heating and cooling batteries.
Chevrolet Performance even provides certification of Electric Connect Cruise and Connect installers to dealers and after-sales companies to ensure that they will receive the correct training and equipment to use these kits. Lingenfelter Performance Engineering in Michigan (and fast Corvette employees) will be the first company to test the new certification program.
Although 200 hp is a good upgrade from an old car, General Motors also knows about its customer base for performance parts (as well as SEMA, whose virtual performance includes the K5 Blazer-E showcase). The company said that they are evaluating whether to provide other high-performance eCrate packages and new battery configurations. Furthermore, GM plans to provide eCrates, which provide a modular Ultium battery system, which will be used in the new GMC Hummer EV.
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