Last Updated on
The Chevrolet Traverse may not be a hardcore off-roader but has faced several ups and downs nonetheless. Since its debut in 2009, the first-gen Tahoe went on for eight years until the 2017 model year. Then, after being immediately followed by the second-gen model, the 2020 model year replaced the RS-exclusive turbocharged 2.0-liter LTG inline four-cylinder with a bigger 3.6-liter LFY V6.
Now, here’s a look at what the refreshed 2021 Chevrolet Traverse might look like with its mid-cycle enhancements in its fourth model year, courtesy GM Authority for their rendering. The brand-new Traverse looks totally in line with Chevy’s lineup. It’s front and rear resembles the latest Chevrolet Blazer.
The lower grille is separated from the upper grille a lot like the latest second-generation model’s design. Only, the grille also divides the line running under the signature LED lights. Even the rear end appears to be brand-new with restyled taillights and inner tail lamp graphics.
It appears as if air curtains for the new Traverse might also be in the cards. A clearer picture of the new Traverse, however, remains unclear still as heavy camos applied to the prototype models failed to reveal a more detailed picture of the Traverse’s new fascias.