If you weren’t aware, Flat Out Autos has been hard at work producing some exhilarating vehicles. The GMC Jimmy may ring a bell, or perhaps the Chevrolet K5 Blazer. They’ve once again employed Oscar Vargas to put together some renderings for them, which he recently posted on Instagram. Along with the renderings, he stated that along with offering a sport version of their Full-Size GMC Jimmy that’s based on today’s Sierra, they would be adding a full-size Chevy Blazer with a removable top to their product line that’s based on today’s Silverado pickup truck.
Flat Out Autos Chevrolet Blazer: Details
Today’s Chevrolet Blazer is nothing like the original, and if you’re someone that has been looking for a more modern version of the original Blazer, Flat Out Autos has you covered. In addition to offering a Silverado 1500-based Chevrolet Blazer, customers will likely have the option to choose a Heavy Duty version with a Duramax engine, which would be perfect for your towing needs or the needed torque at low RPM for off-road excursions.
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Opting to purchase a vehicle like this comes at a premium, as pricing for the 2-door conversion will include the new donor Sierra or Silverado, and if the 2-Door GMC Jimmy builds is anything to go off of, you’ll be paying around $120,000 USD. On top of that, Flat Out Autos likely won’t be making these in bulk as they’ve planned to produce 8-10 units for 2022, they aim to increase production for 2023, but it’s unclear by how much.
Flat Out Autos doesn’t modify the vehicles’ software; instead, they adapt the cars to incorporate all the existing sensors and safety features. For customers that want it, Flat Out Autos will also offer lifts, upgraded shocks, wheels, and tire packages, as well as an optional supercharger for the 5.3-liter V8 engine. While we only have superb renderings to go off of for the upcoming “Blazer” and GMC Jimmy Sport. Flat Out Autos plans on debuting its vehicles at the 2022 SEMA Show, which is just a few months away.