Chevrolet's Electric Struggle: Chevrolet's massive shift to electric cars hasn't gone as expected,

notably with the Blazer EV's bumpy start, which has included software issues and sales halts.

Chevrolet has responded with major software upgrades targeted at resolving early difficulties and-

improving functionality, such as improved instrument cluster visuals.

Sales Resuming: Following a brief hiatus since December, Chevrolet is confident and has-

resumed selling the Blazer EV, relying on upgrades to resolve its issues.

Price Cuts Announced: Big price cuts across the board: the LT AWD now starts at $50,195, the RS AWD-

at $54,595, and the RS RWD at $56,170, creating a distinct gap with the Cadillac Lyriq.

Federal Tax Credit: When combined with the $7,500 federal tax credit, these revised pricing -

make the Blazer EV an even more economical alternative.

Technical specifications: The all-wheel drive models have an 85 kWh battery that produces 288-

horsepower and 333 lb-ft of torque, while the RS RWD version has a 102 kWh battery that increases range and power.

More Variants on the Way: Chevrolet isn't stopping here; expect more variants such as a-

front-wheel drive version and a high-performance SS with a dual-motor-

arrangement producing 557 horsepower and 648 pound-feet of torque.