The Detroit Auto Show is always a major stage for vehicle reveals, especially for the American carmakers that make Detroit their home base. This year, the 2018 Chevrolet Traverse debut is set to occur during the show in January, introducing an updated version of the popular midsize crossover that is sure to impress.
The Chevy Traverse has been in production since 2008, providing consumers with a practical, spacious ride. It is one of the oldest vehicles in Chevrolet’s lineup and is starting to show its age, since it hasn’t seen a refresh since 2008. For the new model, the American carmaker has stated that it will offer a “bold and refined design with seating for up to eight passengers,” but the details on this crossover are few and far between.
We do know that the 2018 Traverse will feature “D-Optic” headlights, which are meant to give better lighting than other systems. Chevy also wants the Traverse to have class-leading third-row legroom and cargo space. The 2018 model will also share a platform with the GMC Acadia, which means it will likely have some of the same upgrades that the Acadia debuted at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show.
When the 2018 Chevrolet Traverse debuts at the Detroit Auto Show, it is bound to make a lasting impression. To learn more about the current Traverse, stop in to Bill Roberts Chevrolet for a test drive.