The past few years have seen the arrival of several new contenders to the “affordable” EV segment with cars like the BMW i3, Hyundai Kona EV, Hyundai Ioniq EV, Kia Niro EV, Mini Cooper SE EV, and even the Tesla Model 3. The incumbent EVs have seen their share of changes as well, with Nissan updating the long-running Leaf with a more extended range model.
Not content to stand by and let the competition get the upper hand, Chevrolet has updated the segment-defining Bolt for 2020 with some useful upgrades all around.
While the Cadillac XT5 is the brand’s best selling model globally, it has struggled a bit to find its place in the overall midsize luxury crossover segment. To help the XT5 gain more traction in the segment, Cadillac has given the XT5 a substantial refresh for the 2020 model year, both inside and out.
With a seemingly endless number of crossovers available for consumers to choose from, Chevy aimed to forgo anonymity with the aggressive Camaroesque styling found the 2020 Blazer RS. Forget the body-on-frame Blazers of years past, as the new Blazer brings on-road performance and style to buyers searching for the practicality afforded by a modern crossover.