New crossover duo previewed ahead of Shanghai motor show reveal on April 16 – could this be the next-generation Trax?
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Chevrolet China has released a shadowy teaser image for the new Tracker and Trailblazer SUVs, ahead of a full unveiling at Auto Shanghai in the coming weeks.

Not much has been divulged in the company's press release, though it has confirmed the names for both new models, and that both vehicles will "adopt GM's latest propulsion, intelligent connectivity and safety technologies".

The Tracker and Trailblazer will both target "younger consumers" in the Chinese market, and slot below the larger Equinox in Chevrolet's line-up in China.

It's worth noting the Trailblazer name in Australia is used on the seven-seat off-road wagon based on the Colorado ute, meaning the new crossover could wear a different badge in other markets.

Last month the Chevrolet Tracker was leaked (above) alongside the related Buick Encore, showing a frontal design inspired by the larger US-market Blazer.

It's unclear at this stage whether the Tracker bound for China is indicative of the new compact SUV destined for the North American market, given the current Trax is due to be replaced soon.

With that in mind, the Tracker could preview the replacement for the Australian-market Holden Trax, though nothing is official at this stage.

Stay tuned to CarAdvice for our coverage of the Tracker and Trailblazer's reveal on April 16.