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The Chevy Equinox is bound to get an ideal upgrade for the year 2021, and despite seeing a lot of other car models getting tested, the 2021 Chevy Equinox remains to be seen on the road. Special thanks to GMAuthority for this particular coverage report on the Chevy Equinox update.
What’s with the 2021 Chevy Equinox?
The newly updated rendering shows us just how much the Chevy Equinox will change for the year 2021. The front fascia update will change the way the 2020 Chevy Equinox looks, with more aggressive and aesthetic exterior features. This front-fascia upgrade resembles the new Chevy Blazer but without overdoing it.
What’s new in the 2021 Chevy Equinox?
The major highlight of the 2021 Chevy Equinox is the updated front fascia. The latest avatar looks promising with features like two-tiered headlamps which are getting common nowadays in numerous cars. Other features include a multi-tiered grille section with a black bowtie badge on top of that.
The rear also gets some minor updates such as horizontally oriented tail lamps, which was also spotted on various other prototype cars. The cabin may get some updates and brand new safety features which are now standard as of the 2020 Chevy Equinox release. The only feature that can remain unchanged is the technology used in the infotainment system, which will be the same most probably.
Will there be an Engine Upgrade?
Now many of you’ll be wondering whether Chevy will upgrade the engine or not? Chevy has introduced several turbocharged engine options for all. These packages include the 1.5L LYX and 2.0L LTG. Also, one engine option is getting discontinued from the current 2020 Chevy Equinox. All these engine options will be available with the 9-speed automatic transmission only.
Rumors of a high-performance variant are everywhere, but it’s not confirmed as of now. So hang on and see what Chevy brings into the market for their users.
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