Chevrolet’s global SUV line is set to add another model soon: we’re talking about a possible Tracker Coupe. The opportunity is concrete and marked by the arrival of a new SUV with dimensions similar to the Tracker we know, but with a flatter roofline.
The images were posted on the Burlappcar website and show the silhouette of a mysterious new SUV coupe driving along the roads of South Korea. The camouflage is very dense on all sides, which may indicate an early development stage for the new product. But when looking at the exposed details and some of the lines, the SUV in the pictures really looks like the new Tracker coupe.
That’s because on closer inspection we can see elements of a traditional compact SUV in this model: the bonnet is highlighted in the center, the front fender is more prominent, and the line of the front windows looks familiar. The front end also recognizes some of the elements that first appeared on the updated Montana, for example, the split headlights into two sections, with the main one at the bottom and the DRL at the top.
The roof does not slope so much, which is more reminiscent of the solution in the Audi Q5 Sportback than, for example, the BMW X4. Confirmation of our impressions is that the rear will be taller, without the sharply cut tailgate, which will reduce trunk space. The lanterns look fuzzy, but you can tell they should be horizontal, like in a traditional Tracker.
Probably, it was the success of Volkswagen Nivus that “opened the eyes” of other automakers. In addition, other brands are already preparing to enter this segment, such as Fiat, which will introduce the 376 coupe SUV in the coming years, which will be positioned one step above the Fiat Pulse.