A New 2025 Chevrolet Equinox Has Been Recently Spied on!
2025 Chevrolet Equinox Spied – Overview
Recent spy images provide a sneak peek at the anticipated 2024 model year release of a next-generation combustion-powered SUV.
FYI, we’re not referring to the electric model when discussing a new Chevrolet Equinox.
Currently, all Equinox model levels come with a turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine that delivers 175 hp. It can drive either the front wheels or all four.
There’s always a chance that further hybrid powertrains will enter the scene.
Variants & Availability
After debuting in 2016, Equinox is currently in its third generation.
The 2021 model year saw the introduction of a mid-cycle facelift, and 2023 variants are now available on Chevrolet’s website.
We have yet to see a fourth-generation prototype.
Therefore we aren’t anticipating a reveal until later in 2023 as a 2025 model.
About Body & Aesthetics
The body still has Equinox’s recognizable beltline and window design, but it is beefier and has boxier proportions than previously.
It is immediately apparent that the conventional car won’t be a carbon clone of the Equinox EV, which made its debut earlier in 2022.
For a sleeker look, the latest Equinox features angled glass. Unlike the EV, there is a sizable grille to feed a gasoline engine.
On either side of the grille, the front headlamps are visible. The test vehicle’s temporary taillights at the back show how far from production-ready it is.
This is most evident at the D-pillar, where the side glass extends almost vertically to the roof, much like the Equinox EV.
We also call your attention to the front, where a straight face is discernible through the cover.
More of an Equinox EV influence can be seen in this design, especially in the narrow daytime running lights at the top.
The more streamlined Equinox EV can now be in Chevy’s portfolio as a family transporter with a street-focused design.