What to Expect from Chevrolet in the Next 5 Years | Steve Landers Auto Group


Chevrolet has been busy, and they have some exciting things in store. The automotive brand has already done some major redesigns this year, but they have a lot more up their sleeve in the future, with fresh additions and overhauls planned out through 2021. Steve Landers Auto Group is here to let you in on some of the exciting new things Chevy has in the works.


2017



Chevy has already made waves this year with the all-new 2018 redesigned Equinox and Traverse. The SUVs were overhauled to look more like trucks, but with all the features and comforts of an SUV. Both vehicles have seven or eight-person seating and added storage space. We are loving what we’re seeing so far, and it makes us even more excited to look into the future with Chevrolet. The new Teen Driver program is available on both of these vehicles, which makes it possible for parents to receive reports and set controls in order to keep an eye on the safety of their young drivers. The new Equinox also offers an all-turbocharged, multi-engine powertrain lineup with an exclusive 1.6L turbo-diesel, making Chevrolet the first brand in North America to offer such an engine.


2018


Moving into 2018, we’ll be looking at some pretty big changes for the 2019 model of the Silverado 1500. Nothing has been officially confirmed, but we expect to see more aluminum in the bodies of these trucks along with LED lights and door-mounted mirrors. We’re also expecting to see some new engine offerings, including a variation on the standard 4.3-liter V6 and a turbocharged four-cylinder engine designed to boost fuel efficiency.


We’re also looking forward to the resurrection of the Chevrolet Blazer—remember those? They haven’t been in production for a while, but Chevy is bringing them back and we can’t wait to see how they’ll be modernized for today’s market.


In addition to those changes, we expect to see fresh updates on the Volt, Malibu, Cruze and Colorado.


2019


Like the Silverado 1500 will be redesigned for 2018, we will be looking out for redesigns of the 2500 and 3500 Silverados in 2019. Chevy enthusiasts will likely be excited about the HD trucks shedding some weight for efficiency’s sake, which may even make the trucks able to haul even more cargo.


We also look forward to a Trax redesign in 2019, probably sporting a more bold and exciting exterior with added interior features as well. We should see fresh updates on the Cruze, Camaro and Spark, too.


2020


2020 is poised to be the year of the crossover SUVs. All-new redesigns are in the works for both the Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban. Both vehicles are expected to shed some pounds and get glowed-up interiors. We are also anticipating lower fuel costs for both vehicles.


For those in need of commercial vehicles, Chevy will also be offering a full redesign of the Chevrolet Express and re-engineering of the City Express.


2021


There’s not a whole of information that has been confirmed for 2021 yet, but we can tell you to keep your eyes peeled for an overhauled Volt and a redesigned Spark! You can also look forward to fresh new changes for the Equinox and also for the Traverse.


Stay up-to-date on what’s being released by Chevy with Steve Landers Auto Group. With locations all over Arkansas and now in Oklahoma, Steve Landers is here to serve you!


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