Built on the LTZ four-wheel-drive production Tahoe, the Premium Outdoors Concept adds luxury to the exterior and the interior. The exterior benefits from a unique Black Ice paintjob (enhanced with Cool Tinted accents), as well as a concept grille insert, 22-inch wheels from Chevrolet Accessories, retractable running boards, and body-color door handles and front fascia.
Chevy updated the interior with Cool Tinted accents to match the exterior and added a suede-trimmed headliner and contemporary loop-carpet floor mats. Also added into the mix are Chevrolet Accessories illuminated sill plates and leather-trimmed black and Saddle-colored appointments that feature contrasting Petrol Blue piping.
The Tahoe Premium Outdoors Concept is powered by an EcoTec3 5.3-liter V8, features concept Brembo six-piston front brake calipers, and is laden with new technology, including wireless phone charging and OnStar with 4G LTE and a built-in Wi-Fi hotspot.
Suburban Premium Outdoors Concept
The Tahoe and Suburban are eternally linked, so the concepts share quite a bit in common. The Suburban Premium Outdoors Concept, however, is powered by an EcoTec3 6.2-liter V8, for an 18% increase in horsepower and a 20% increase in torque over the production Suburban model.
The exterior of the Suburban concept includes a Pepperdust color and Warm Tarnished accents. The concept also benefits from a tailgating package that includes a big-screen, smart HDTV in the cargo area, as well as a handcrafted table and accompanying benches. The best part? They are made of wood from salvaged Detroit homes (the table and benches, not the TV).
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