By 2020, Chevy’s midsize trucks are going to look nothing like the 2015 models.
Chevy says the new midsize model will start at $34,200, but some of you may be wondering what the difference is between the current model and the new one.
Well, you’ll be happy to hear that the difference between the two is pretty significant.
For starters, the 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe has a 4.5-liter engine, while the new Tahoe will have a 5.0-liter one.
The Tahoe’s 4.6-liter is still the same as the 4.4-liter it replaced with in 2015.
Both the 2015 and 2016 trucks are also got the all-new 7.0L V6, which has been upgraded with a larger block and turbocharger.
But while the 2015 trucks are getting the all new engine, the new ones are getting a bigger turbochargers to handle more power.
The new Tahoes powertrain will also get a boost in torque and boost in fuel efficiency, and both engines will get an all-wheel drive system.
The 2015 models are also getting a new engine in the form of a 2.5L EcoBoost that produces 550 horsepower.
That engine will be paired with the all powerful 6.4L V8 in the Tahoe.
The 2018 models are getting an 8.2L EcoTec V6 engine, with a new 6.2-liter turbochargor.
It will also give the Tahoes a boost of up to 650 horsepower.
The 2019 models are going with a 4-cylinder EcoTek V8 that will give them a peak of 540 horsepower.
Both of those engines will have 6-speed manual transmissions and a six-speed automatic transmission.
Chevy also is adding some more goodies to the 2017 models, including a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission, a new 8-speed transmission, and a new six-cylinders EcoBoost system.
It also will be adding an all electric package with all-electric and plug-in hybrid models.