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Not completely uncovered, but if you look close enough the Chevrolet Blazer’s split headlights can be glimpsed through a thin layer of white camouflage. Still unconfirmed if the new Chevy crossover SUV will take on the Blazer nameplate, the unnamed prototype was once again spied testing in public thanks to AutoBlog’s spy photographers.

Looking closely, you will be able to see two sets of lights; one set featuring LED running lights sits above what seems to be the car’s main lamps. Perhaps we can look at other models like the Hyundai Kona and Hyundai Santa Fe for an idea of what the fully uncovered lights could look like. Sitting between said lamps is a low seated grille similar to what you’d find on the updated Malibu.

Moving to the back, we find taillights in a sort of sideways ‘Y’ shape. Once again, similar o the Malibu but with more emphasis put on the LED element. There’s also a set of circular exhaust outlets instead of rectangular ones seen in the bumper of other test mules that were previously spotted, meaning the specimen we are looking at could be the entry-level Chevy Blazer.

Slotting between the compact Equinox and full-size Traverse, the Blazer should debut in production form sometime next year.
 

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The original Blazer was a rugged piece of machinery, but the new model reminds me of a tweaked Traverse with a front facia update. Here's to hoping it lives up to its predecessor's performance.
 

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I really don't like this split headlight design that seems to be making its way into crossovers across the segment. I feel like they may be diluting the Blazer name a little too much with all the changes that seemed to have come with the new platform. Now it just looks like any other crossover on the market.
 

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Maybe it's a normal headlight unit with fog lights underneath? I'm not a fan of split headlights either because it ruins the flow of the bumper, but it looks like a normal set of fogs to me.
 
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