Special Edition Chevrolet Tahoe Models May Be Coming
Midnight Edition Strong Possibility
It seems the fullsize truck market can’t get enough special edition trims, and the OEMs seem only too happy to oblige, making minimal mechanical or hard-part changes for sometimes substantial markups. The success of these packages has reportedly prompted Chevrolet to look at offering some special edition trims of its Tahoe fullsize SUV. Among the leading contenders, according to Automotive News, is the Midnight Edition, one of the most popular special editions in the Silverado and Colorado pickups.
The Tahoe is already offered with the Z71 off-road package, which includes specific suspension tuning, skidplates, hill descent control, and badging. The Tahoe is also offered with a Texas Edition package, which consists of special badging and a bundling of popular comfort and convenience options, including push-button start, power folding third-row seats, memory power tilt-and-telescope steering column, and an extended free trial of SiriusXM satellite radio, among other options. The Texas Edition Tahoe is available in all 50 states. The Tahoe, as well as the larger Suburban, GMC Yukon, Yukon XL, and Cadillac Escalade are all built in GM’s plant in Arlington, Texas.
Chevrolet showed a “Premium Outdoors” concept at the 2014 SEMA Show, adding premium leather interior appointments, a suede headliner, and Brembo six-piston performance brakes. What kind of special-edition Tahoe would you like to see?
Source: Automotive News