The Chevrolet Traverse year 2024 has a bold design in addition to other updates. See below for more details on what the changes were!
Despite the recent update, the Chevrolet Traverse is due for a complete overhaul and it looks like Chevy is up to the challenge.
Spy photographers caught the next Traverse on camera using minimal camouflage. What can we expect from this mid-size crossover? Here's a preview of our first illustrated look.
At first glance, the dimensions of the upcoming Chevrolet Traverse appear to be in line with its current iteration. However, it presents a more captivating and muscular look.
The front end of the vehicle has a two-piece headlight arrangement with daytime running lights (DRLs) located under the front edge of the hood, and the primary units are mounted lower on the front bumper.
A horizontal bar extends across the upper grille, with the Chevrolet emblem placed in the center, commanding attention.
Casting your eyes to the side reveals sculpted fenders, scalloped lower door details and a unique C-pillar inspired by the aircraft's tail.
Like the current Traverse, the rear section is vertical and square, while the tailgate sports Rivian-inspired slim horizontal taillights and quad tailpipes on high-series variants.
Speaking of the latter, the spies also got what appears to be an off-road-inspired Activ version with red recovery hooks, a front license plate and a beefy-style front bumper.
The new infotainment system is expected to have a similar design to that found on the 2024 Blazer pictured here.
The new Chevrolet Traverse will retain its three-row seating layout, although we expect the larger footprint to improve space for all passengers.
A large digital instrument cluster will be complemented by a feature-rich 11” infotainment display that incorporates wireless phone charging, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Carscoops reader Brett Bogard spied GM testing the 2024 Chevrolet Traverse and its GMC sister model, the Acadia in Colorado last summer
The new Traverse will utilize a heavily revised version of the current C1 platform (called the C1-2) shared with the upcoming GMC Acadia and third-generation Buick Enclave. Key changes include better crashworthiness and GM's new Global B electrical architecture.
While there's a chance that the 3.6-liter LFY V6 engine could return with some improvements to boost performance and fuel efficiency, rumors suggest that GM plans to equip the new Traverse with the same 2.7-liter turbocharged four-cylinder. liters found in the 2023 Chevrolet Colorado.
This four-pot engine is available with horsepower currently ranging from 237 to 310 horsepower and is paired with a nine-speed automatic transmission.
The new Chevrolet Traverse will face stiff competition in the mid-size SUV segment from a variety of models including Toyota's recently launched Grand Highlander, Ford Explorer, Buick Enclave, for example.
An official unveiling is slated to take place as a model year 2024 entrant in the coming months, with assembly to continue at GM's Lansing Delta plant in Michigan.