Chevrolet today livestreamed the launch of the all-new Tracker RS, its latest offering in the popular small SUV segment in China.
As a trendy SUV for a new generation of younger buyers, the all-new Tracker RS adopts the new design language of the Chevrolet family together with RS styling elements. It is available in six fashionable exterior colors complemented by a black interior with contrasting red stitching.
The all-new Tracker RS is equipped with a new 1.5T four-cylinder direct injection turbocharged Ecotec engine and a steel chain intelligent continuously variable transmission (CVT). It delivers maximum power of 135 kW and peak torque of 250 Nm, and has aggressive 0-100 km/h acceleration of 7.8 seconds and fuel efficiency of 6.35 liters/100 km.
A floating dual 10.25-inch touchscreen and the all-new Xiaoxue OS and OnStar connectivity systems also come standard. Among the 62 practical technology features are the Autohold function, an electronic handbrake, a multifunction steering wheel, intelligent LED headlights, front and rear USB ports, a nano-level PM2.5 air-purifying filter and Hill Start Assist.
“The all-new Tracker RS represents the latest statement of Chevrolet’s global SUV strength and leadership,” said Jack Uppal, general director of Chevrolet for SAIC-GM. “The standard RS trim gives it a more refined and powerful persona that reflects the brand’s racing DNA and local consumers’ desire for more personalized choices, enhanced connectivity, greater efficiency and an uncompromising level of safety.”
Three variants of the all-new Tracker RS, including the Tracker RS Pro and Tracker RS Max, range in price from RMB 109,900 to RMB 128,900. The all-new Tracker RS comes with an eight-year or 160,000-km warranty for major engine and transmission parts.
Chevrolet introduced the world’s first SUV, the Suburban, in 1935 and has been the leader ever since. The all-new Tracker RS small SUV joins the Trailblazer compact SUV, Equinox midsize SUV and Blazer mid-large SUV in Chevrolet’s China lineup, giving the brand a refreshed portfolio across the SUV segment.