This, according to our spy photographer sources, is the three-row version of the Chevrolet Blazer SUV, which made its debut last June as a competitor to the likes of the Ford Edge and Jeep Grand Cherokee. Here, the three-row Blazer sports a more traditional, less sloping roofline towards its rear, as well as a longer rear overhang to better fit third-row occupants.

The more commodious version of the Blazer will almost certainly include, if not further build upon the standard vehicle’s conveniences, which include wireless charging, six USB ports, an eight-inch colour touchscreen, electronic locking glovebox, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity as well as LTE Wi-Fi. For reference, the standard Blazer can hold up to 1,818 litres of cargo with its second-row seats folded.

Powertrain-wise, the mid-sized Chevy SUV entered the market with a 2.5 litre four-cylinder petrol engine producing 193 hp and 255 Nm of torque, and a 3.6 litre V6 petrol unit with 305 hp and 365 Nm of torque. In both cases, transmission is via a nine-speed automatic.

The Chevrolet Blazer replaces the long-serving Captiva, and closer to our market – but no longer quite in it – has been confirmed for Thailand, where it will go into a marketplace populated by the likes of the Mazda CX-5, Honda CR-V and Nissan X-Trail. What do you think, folks? Fancy a Captiva successor on our roads?

GALLERY: 2019 Chevrolet Blazer