New Model And Design of Chevrolet Traverse 2018 – Chevrolet introduced the new Traverse 2018. Wrapped in a thick and smooth style, the completely redesigned Traverse offers technology to help keep passengers of all ages and comfortable and connected modern lifestyles. Chevrolet Traverse 2018 does not have styling with previous generations. That’s great news for Chevrolet Traverse 2018, which uses a more mature and slimmer design. Cues from Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban can be seen along the side profile and on the chrome that surrounds the window. This will not only help tie the Traverse to other Chevrolet SUVs, but also represent a massive improvement over the first generation Chevrolet Traverse.
At the front, the crossover bone of the Chevrolet Traverse 2018 is symbolized by a grille that resembles a crossover and a smaller Chevrolet sedan. Strong character lines near fog lamps wear chrome and help add the definition to the lower fascia. The character line goes backwards, covered with chrome strips along the door. An equally strong belt line runs between the side window and door handle, giving a masculine shoulder traverse. That masculinity is also seen in a relatively short and flat hood that reminds the Colorado pickup.
One aspect of Chevrolet seems to be proud is to use D-Optic LED lights. Not many know about night performance, but very detailed lighting elements must look fantastic. They come standard on High Country and Premier trim levels. In the rear, the Chevrolet Traverse 2018 looks fine and understood here. That’s thanks to the handsome rear lights, chrome accents, pinned exhaust tip, and wrap-around back windows. The shark-fin antenna and the spoiler behind the window give this crossover some much-needed talent. Other visible Chevrolet Traverse 2018 designs include strong wheel arches, large C-pillars, and a surprising amount of ground clearance and approach and departure angles. It looks much more off-road ready than most other crossovers.
Chevrolet Traverse 2018 with a more spacious interior design, Cabin larger than ever, giving more space for the eighth passenger. A seven-seat configuration is still available with an optional second-line captain seat. Chevrolet Traverse 2018 also has a dashboard and center console that is completely new and not seen elsewhere in the Chevrolet lineup.
The dashboard has a modern and sophisticated appearance with a leather cover on the higher trimmed model. The pieces of black chrome and satin piano add polish and class to the cabin. Instrumentation includes analog gauges for tachometers, speedometers, fuel levels, and coolant temperature. The average-sized screen shows details like mileage, travel information, turn-by-turn navigation directions, and other vehicle information.
The console is holding on to my familiar MyLink MyLink 8.0 inch infotainment system. The lower trim gets a 7.0 inch unit. Both include a row of physical buttons along the bottom for fast access features like Home, backward, fast forward, volume, and buttons to raise and lower the entire screen. Double zone climate controls are in front and center under MyLink system. A pair of USB ports and a 12-volt plug are just below it, along with a wireless phone charger. Chevrolet decided to keep using a traditional gear switch.
In the back room, the second row now has more leg room than ever before thanks to a longer wheelbase. The three-person bench seat is standard, but the captain’s seat is optional. When selected, the bucket seat allows easy access to the third row through the center aisle. While the new Chevrolet folding and slide mechanism called Smart Slide provides a much simpler action to reach the third row, the aisle is still the easiest route.
The third row seat is said to provide upscale classroom space of 33.7 inches, again thanks to a longer wheelbase. And as always, the second and third rows are folded flat for uninterrupted cargo space. Chevrolet Traverse 2018 will hold 98.5 cubic feet of goods. That’s four cubic feet more than Tahoe. While it is commendable, the cargo space dropped overall from 116.3 cubic feet in the first generation Chevrolet Traverse. Traverse will deliver what is expected to be best-in-class third-row legroom, maximum cargo room and passenger volume with an enhanced roster of available active safety features.
New Model And Design of Chevrolet Traverse 2018 Redline Edition – Chevrolet Traverse 2018 Redline Edition gets four distinctive features on the outside. Up front, a large grille that takes up more than 50 percent of fascia finishes in black instead of chrome. This gives the Chevrolet Traverse 2018 Redline Edition a more sporty appearance, especially when paired with body colors such as silver or black. The black “bowtie” Chevrolet emblem, also mounted on the back rear tub, completes the look. The other two features are mostly seen when the SUVs are viewed from the side. The most striking are the twin-five-spoke wheels, which are finished in black and sport the trademark red marks of the package. Finally, the black “Traverse” on the front door has a red line for the contrast effect.