Chevrolet Philippines had kept quiet for quite some time, now, the car manufacturer is set for a comeback, with 2021 being marked as a year of realignment for them. Aside from confirming the arrival of the mid-engined Corvette and other SUVs including the all-new Suburban and Tahoe, the American car brand shall also bring in the Chevrolet Tracker which happens to be an entry to the subcompact crossover segment.
Its Philippine debut is set to commence by the first week of July 2021 and units could possibly be sourced from China. Exterior-wise, the all-new Chevrolet Tracker features a youthful and dynamic look that’s complemented by its two-tier grille, stylish alloy wheels, sloping roofline, and the extensive application of body cladding.
The youthful theme continues inside all thanks to its high-tech layout. Features include Chevrolet’s latest version of its MyLink infotainment system, an automatic climate control, a push-button start, leather upholstery, and even a D-cut steering wheel for that added sporty feel.
The Philippine-specced Tracker could possibly get a 1.0-liter turbocharged gasoline engine that puts out 123 hp and 180 Nm of torque, or a 1.3-liter turbocharged gasoline engine that produces a healthier 162 hp and 240 Nm of torque. Only the smaller motor can be paired with a manual while the larger engine is only mated to a Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT).
Now, the question is, will the Chevrolet Tracker serve as a replacement for the Trax? There's no info with regards to that just yet, therefore, we’re still going to have to wait for the launch of this all-new subcompact crossover and confirm it ourselves. Again, its Philippine debut is set to commence by the first week of July 2021, so stay tuned and keep your eyes peeled for some updates.