General Motors, the largest of the Big Three Detroit automakers, has chosen an interesting path for some of its legendary nameplates. And that is valid especially when talking about Chevy.

Unlike Ford or Jeep, for example, the brand’s Blazer revival has nothing to do with the iconic K5 Blazer that was giving a two-door full-size SUV source of wonder to enthusiasts that back in the day did not want a Bronco, a Dodge Ramcharger, or a Cherokee. And the new Blazer, especially in SS EV form, does not go after the twin-turbo V6 Bronco Raptor or the V8-powered Jeep Wrangler 392.

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