Chevrolet may be focusing its efforts on EVs, but it isn’t done updating its current lineup. Today the brand announced a few small changes to the 2023 Blazer, giving it sharper styling on the outside and a bigger screen inside.

You may have to squint to see the styling changes on the exterior, but they are there. Chevy has swapped out the headlights with slimmer, more technical looking lenses. These new lights flank a revised grille graphic that looks edgier than today’s version. Around back the taillights have also been updated with a bezel that features a distinctive criss-cross pattern. New wheel and color options round out the changes to the outside.

Inside, the hallmark change is a new 10-inch touchscreen infotainment display. This new display is an increase from the eight-inch offered today and is standard on all Blazer models. Chevrolet is also increasing availability of options such as wireless phone charger to more trim levels.

Speaking of features, Chevrolet is also allowing 2LT and 3LT buyers to add adaptive cruise control, while Chevy Safety Assist package comes standard on all trims.

From a power perspective, buyers have two engine options to choose from. The base engine is GM’s familiar 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinder making 228 horsepower. For Blazer buyers wanting more gusto, they can opt for the 3.6-liter V-6 with 308 horsepower. Both engines are paired with a nine-speed automatic transmission.

Chevrolet says the 2023 Chevrolet Blazer will go on sale this summer. Expect pricing details to be announced closer to launch.