Chevy K5 Blazer-E Electric Crate Motor Swap for SEMA

Like most events in 2020, this year’s Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show abandons the physical space for a virtual one. Yet, SEMA’s decision to pull the plug on its in-person gathering is not stopping automakers from debuting new products and show vehicles at the digital event. This includes the Chevrolet K5 Blazer-E, which Chevrolet Performance built to demonstrate its 60-kWh Electric Connect and Cruise package (essentially a Bolt EV’s powertrain sold as a crate kit).

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3 Comments

  • Paul Mikulin says:

    Sounds like this might be a great electric drive -ackage for my 1980 mChevrolet C 10 pickup treuck.

  • Peter says:

    How about putting a electric motor in 1955 Chevy shortened, you could double stack the batteries in the bed also so the batteries stay cool you could have vents on the side of bed, and a cover on the bed that is a trick out solar panel, with IFS posi rear end and air bags, I think it would really look nice. Although we all like the sound of a throating motor, we motor heads like acceleration more, especially when it a classic!

  • Bill says:

    Sounds like a plan, I”ve got two “C” searies trucks I could use that kit for. I wonder if there is somthing in the works for somthing like a Feiro

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