The bitter Blazer was a one-off.modification of the Chevrolet Blazer for Europe in the mid 1970s
with new Europeanized front end, by a horizontally extending grille and light units from Opel Admiral B. Added to this was a refined interior. This followed the concept of the Monteverdi Safari . The vehicle remained a unique piece.
In 1976, Erich Bitter made an attempt to introduce the American SUV Chevrolet Blazer on the European market, which was slightly “enriched” with parts from the Opel Admiral B for example, front and rear optics, as well as a radiator grill, were borrowed from it.
The interior was upscale leather and added with wood panels.
Together with a 175-horsepower V8 carburetor V8 with a volume of 6.5 liters, and a 3-speed automatic transmission, and by default the car had four-wheel drive with a connected front axle.
Unfortunately, it did not build much interest with Europeans, and only one was built by Bitter.