Chevrolet is going to produce a vehicle that is practical, contemporary, and attractive in the form of the new Chevy Trax Midnight Edition.
General Motors is hard at work implementing strategies to accomplish two goals for the company—further infiltrating the crossover market to capitalize on the segment’s current popularity and appealing to the upcoming generation of younger buyers looking for something practical and contemporary but still attractive. The Chevrolet brand specifically will be taking a step in both directions with the new Chevy Trax Midnight Edition, which company execs believe will fill a space in their lineup for a crossover while appealing to young professionals.
With an edgy new paint job recognizable by the black body, black wheels, and black accents, the new variant of the Chevy Trax has a modern, sleek, minimalist look to it, and the interior has a similar look but includes a contrasting gray piping. And with nearly 60,000 Trax crossovers already on the road, the introduction of special editions like the Midnight Edition is crucial in order to give the Trax more leverage over the competition. After all, no one wants to drive a car that looks like all the other cars on the road.
The Chevrolet Trax Midnight Edition crossover is set to debut in the United States this February at a sticker price of $26,625 including taxes and destination charge. The special edition will see a limited run of only 1,000 units. Several other vehicles in Chevy’s lineup, including the Silverado and Impala, have also gotten to Midnight Edition treatment.
Now that its availability has been confirmed, the luxurious Chevy Camaro ZL1 convertible is a vehicle that enthusiasts can’t wait to see.
The new 2016 Chevrolet Camaro has been causing quite a stir lately after the release of the iconic sports car’s new generation, which is lighter, faster, and more powerful than ever before. Now, following the reveal of the Camaro’s range-topping ZL1 trim, industry experts have confirmed that the ZL1 trim level will be available for both Hardtop and Convertible models. Enthusiasts are clamoring for a look at the luxurious Chevy Camaro ZL1 convertible.
The previous generation of the Camaro debuted the ZL1 model back in 2012, and the variant came with a 580-HP supercharged V8 engine and a standard Magnetic Ride Control suspension, as well as a number of small updates that, when put together, amounted to an overall smoother ride and drastically superior performance. Experts have high hopes for the ZL1 trim on the 2016 Camaro, though no information is available yet. To combine something like the Camaro ZL1 with a convertible top is a winning formula of both power and luxury.
The higher trim level of the Chevy Camaro is expected to make an appearance at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, though no one is sure if the Camaro ZL1 Convertible is yet to accompany its hardtop brother at the event. Whenever it decides to reveal itself, the industry will be watching in rapt attention.