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25 Dec, 2023
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General Motors (GM) has put a temporary halt to the sales of the newly launched Chevy Blazer EV, citing software issues encountered in some of the initial shipments.

The automaker acknowledged problems with the SUV's screens and DC Fast station charging, prompting a pause in sales. Owners of affected Blazer EVs will be required to visit a dealership for a software update once it is ready.

While GM assures that only a "limited number" of vehicles are affected, the company did not provide a specific figure. GM emphasized that the issues are not safety-related and are unrelated to the Ultium or Google Built-In features.

The decision to temporarily suspend sales comes shortly after the official launch of the Blazer EV, which holds a strategic position in Chevy's lineup, bridging the gap between the entry-level Bolt and GM's premium EVs like the Cadillac Lyriq.