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2024 BLAZER EV

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Make it uniquely yours

You’re in the driver seat now, so get comfortable and make Blazer EV truly yours. From customizable infotainment screens and efficiency settings to seating and ambient lighting, Blazer EV is packed with advanced features you can personalize to suit your style.

Display screens

It’s easy to customize your vehicle’s display appearance to fit your style and show the information that’s most important to you.

How to customize the smart controls on your display screens:
  • To rearrange the app icons for easy access, touch and drag the icon to the desired position.
  • Make a shortcut to the apps you use the most by moving the icons to the Applications Tray at the top of the screen.

Target Charge Level

It’s important to cap your battery charging levels for daily use to help optimize battery health and regenerative braking performance. It’s set to 80% when the vehicle is new, but can be increased for longer road trips.

How to set your Target Charge Level:
  • Access the Target Charge Level page through the charging app on your infotainment screen.
  • Slide the indicator to the desired charge level.
  • Slide the indicator back to 80% when additional charging is no longer needed.

Drive Modes

From Sport mode to Snow/Ice mode, your vehicle comes equipped with a selection of unique drive modes, allowing you to make adjustments based on preferences, weather or driving conditions.

How to change Drive Modes:
  • Select the Drive Modes icon on the infotainment screen.
  • Choose between the available modes to activate.

Available modes may include:

  • Normal – for a smooth ride
  • Sport – for enhanced responsiveness
  • Snow/Ice – for enhanced traction on snowy roads
  • My Mode – personalize settings for acceleration feel, brake feel, steering, motor sound and other systems

Garage Door Programming

Enjoy the convenience of a built-in garage door opener, right from your Blazer EV’s infotainment screen. To get started, you’ll need your opener’s transmitter.

How to program your garage door:

  • Open the Controls app on your infotainment screen.
  • Then choose "See more controls."
  • Select Universal Remotes and follow the on-screen prompts.

Route planning

The myChevrolet Mobile App can help you plan an optimal route for your Blazer EV.

How to plan a route:

  • To start, tap the Map tab on the app’s Home screen.
  • Enter your destination in the search box. When you find it, tap the Plan Route button.
  • The app will determine if you have enough charge to reach your destination. If not, it will help you plan a stop at a charging station along the way.
  • Open the directions in your phone’s navigation app or use Google Maps to see it on your center display.

Memory Seats

Find the position that puts you in your comfort zone and set it to memory with a press of a button. Seat adjustment controls are located on the side of the driver seat, similar to other models.

How to program your Memory Seats:

  • Find your preferred driver seat and mirrors position.
  • Select Memory button 1, 2 or Exit position.
  • Press the Set button located on the driver-side door and wait for the two beeps, indicating your custom setting has been saved.

EV safety innovations

Standard Chevy Safety Assist and EV-enabled safety features are set to alert you, when necessary. You can manually control when you want to activate/deactivate certain driver assistance technologies in the settings. Check your Owner’s Manual for detailed information on the safety features equipped on your vehicle.

How to change safety settings:

  • Access your safety settings through the Settings menu on your infotainment screen.
  • Tap on the list of customizable safety features to adjust to your preference.

Forward Collision Alert

  • Press the Forward Collision Alert button on the steering wheel to set the alert timing to Far, Medium or Near.

Blind Zone Steering Assist

  • To turn on or off, press the Lane Change Alert button on the left side of the instrument panel.

Lane Keep Assist

  • To turn on or off, press the Lane Keep Assist button on the left side of the instrument panel.

Blazer EV-Enabled Safety

  • Reverse Automatic Braking
  • Blind Zone Steering Assist
  • Side Bicyclist Alert

Standard Chevy Safety Assist

  • Automatic Emergency Braking
  • Front Pedestrian Braking
  • Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning
  • Forward Collision Alert
  • Intellibeam® Auto High Beams
  • Following Distance Indicator
  • Automatic Emergency Braking
  • Front Pedestrian Braking
  • Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning
  • Forward Collision Alert
  • Intellibeam® Auto High Beams
  • Following Distance Indicator

Safety or driver assistance features are no substitute for the driver's responsibility to operate the vehicle in a safe manner. The driver should remain attentive to traffic, surroundings and road conditions at all times. Visibility, weather and road conditions may affect feature performance. Read the vehicle Owner’s Manual for more important feature limitations and information.