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Is the Chevrolet Tracker Coupe coming?

A camouflaged Chevrolet SUV was spotted during performance tests on the streets of South Korea, where General Motors often tests new model developments. Speculation is up to date and the strongest hypothesis is that it would be a Tracker Coupe.

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The idea of ​​a version with a sportier aesthetic of compact SUV does not seem far-fetched, especially if you look at what happens in the Sport Utility segment, where models like the Volkswagen nivus gain relevance.

Spy image of an alleged Chevrolet Tracker Coupé.  Photo: Burlappcar.
Spy image of an alleged Chevrolet Tracker Coupé. Photo: Burlappcar.

The images were shared by Burlappcar, and in them you can see a Test mule (as they are known in the jargon) on public roads and completely camouflaged.

What is an SUV Coupé

Like all Coupé SUVs (from the BMW X6 onwards), it is characterized by a smoother posterior sector drop and less abrupt than in traditional SUVs.

Coincidentally, almost a year ago, the Brazilian portal Noticias Automotivas published the digital recreation of what a supposed “coupe” version would look like.

Like all "SUV Coupe" has a special fall behind.  Photo: Burlappcar.
Like all “SUV Coupé” it has a special fall behind. Photo: Burlappcar.

The current Tracker is presented in the country in 2020 and it is manufactured in Brazil (before it came imported from Mexico) on a platform called GEM (for Emerging Global Markets). It is the same architecture on which other Chevrolet models are built, such as Onix and Onix Plus.

How is the Tracker sold in the country

All options will be equipped with a gasoline engine 1.2-liter 132-horsepower turbo and 190 Nm of maximum torque from 2,000 rpm. It is combined with a five-speed manual gearbox or a six-speed automatic. Traction is simple for all four options, without a 4×4 variant.

Digital recreation of what a Tracker coupe would look like, made by Automotive News.
Digital recreation of what a Tracker coupe would look like, made by Automotive News.

With 4.27 meters long (2 cm more than before), 1.79 m wide (1 cm more) and 1.62 m high (5 cm less), the SUV shows a more dynamic image than before, a feature that the hypothetical “Coupé” accentuate.

Standard comes with 16-inch alloy wheels, but in the Premier variant the wheels are 17-inch with a machined surface, metallic gray background and chrome to combine other finishes in the same tone.

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