New Chevrolet Tracker, Trailblazer set for China unveiling
The duo will join the Equinox in China, the brand's second-largest market.
General Motors has teased the resurrected Chevrolet Tracker and Trailblazer, due to be unveiled in Shanghai later this month.
"The Tracker and Trailblazer adopt GM's latest propulsion, intelligent connectivity and safety technologies," the company writes in its press release. "They will bring the joy of exploring life and pursuing passion to a new group of vehicle buyers in the brand's second-largest market."
The Tracker was first introduced under the Geo brand in the late 1980s, entering a second generation in 1999 before retiring from the US market just five years later.
The larger Trailblazer split from the Blazer range in 2001 and survived in the US for nearly a decade. The nameplate still lives on in other markets and has been rumored for a US return to slot between the Trax and Equinox.
GM has not said whether the revived Tracker and Trailblazer will make a return to the US or simply expand the brand's SUV lineup in China.