Chevrolet has announced a trio of full-size SUV concepts will debut at SEMA. They include the Suburban Half-Pipe concept, the Tahoe Black concept and the Tahoe Police concept.
Chevrolet has announced a trio of full-size SUV concepts will debut at SEMA.
First up, the Suburban Half-Pipe concept is designed to appeal to outdoor enthusiasts who love skiing and snowboarding. As a result, it has been equipped with ski resort graphics, a roof rack and 22-inch alloy wheels. The model also has leather seats and a rear seat entertainment system.
The Tahoe Black concept goes in a different direction as it has a sporty appearance thanks to an aerodynamic body kit and 22-inch alloy wheels. Other highlights include tinted headlights, black leather upholstery and Carbon Flash Metallic interior trim.
Lastly, the Tahoe Police concept previews the production model that will be showing up in your rearview mirror when you least expect it. Unsurprisingly, it is equipped with a full complement of police gear including emergency lights, spot lights, a push bar and 17-inch steel wheels. The model also has an auxiliary battery, a police-specific suspension and a 5.3-liter V8 engine that develops 355 bhp (265 kW).