Chevrolet has unveiled the updated 2021 Traverse crossover. Outside, the model boasts a redesigned front end with an enlarged radiator grille and headlights adjoining it on the sides. The latter, during the restyling, became somewhat narrower and received turn signals integrated into the DRL.
The updated Chevrolet Traverse 2021 also got a more bulky front bumper with a pronounced unpainted plastic insert at the bottom, new LED foglights and other chrome decor.
At the stern of the off-road vehicle, new lights (also LED) were registered, which are henceforth united by a chrome strip with the logo of the American brand. In addition, during the restyling for the crossover, four new wheel rim options were offered.
An upgraded multimedia system with wireless support for Android Auto and Apple CarPlay interfaces has been registered in the Chevrolet Traverse 2021 cabin. Other interior features include a Dual SkyScape panoramic roof and a new dashboard with an 8.0-inch display in the center, which is used to display a drawn speedometer and some other useful information for the driver.
The layout of the salon has not changed: the gallery is still designed for three people, and on the second row either a three-seater sofa or two separate armchairs can be installed. The list of electronic assistants has been supplemented by automatic emergency braking with pedestrian recognition and vehicle keeping in the lane, while you can order IntelliBeam adaptive headlights, a front collision warning system, etc. for a surcharge.
The top trims 3LT, RS and Premier additionally provide advanced adaptive cruise control, and the Premier and High Country versions boast a Safety Alert Seat system, which warns the driver of the danger of seat vibration.
The technical stuffing of the Chevrolet Traverse 2021 is not covered by the company. The model likely retained the original 3.6-liter V6 engine with 314 hp. and 360 Nm, which works in conjunction with a nine-speed automatic. The all-wheel drive system can be ordered for a surcharge.
Sales of the updated crossover were originally supposed to start at the end of two thousand and twentieth, but due to the coronavirus pandemic, the launch dates for the model were postponed. Over time, the car will appear in Russia, but this will most likely happen now not earlier than 2022.