Chevrolet Traverse SUP Concept

By:   Fedora Atjeh Fedora Atjeh   |   Oktober 24, 2017
Chevrolet Traverse SUP Concept

Chevrolet is imaginative and idle and has decided to design a concept according to the new sports fashions. The Chevrolet Traverse SUP Concept evokes the sport known as 'paddleboarding', which consists of standing properly on a board (hence the name of the prototype: Stand Up, SUP). The new concept is inspired by the all-new Traverse 2018 but with new levels of equipment: the sporty RS and the more luxurious High Country.

The three-row SUV includes a variety of accessories, such as the 'Stand Up Paddleboard Carrier' so you can take your board wherever you want, included. He will present it at the SEMA Show to be held in Las Vegas from October 31 to November 3.


Chevrolet Traverse SUP

The name 'SUP' can cause sensations. So at first it may sound like 'soup', or a new name for todocaminos that can threaten to flood everything, see SUV. But rest assured, it only alludes to this sport that is gaining popularity in the coastal zones.

Going to the heart, the design of this concept includes 'Blue Wave' side graphics matching the blue Riviera paddleboarding table, glossy black side moldings, black glass bezel bezels, and tinted windows. And how not, in addition to the table, includes the 'Stand Up Paddleboard Carrier' to be able to carry it. An accessory that customers will be able to purchase separately for their Traverse.


Chevrolet Traverse

It also includes LED lighting with D-Optic LED headlights and a fairly extensive range of accessories, such as a trailer hitch kit, front door threshold lighting or embroidered rear headrests on the back. In its interior we find three rows of seats and capacity for seven or eight people, without further details about the technological equipment.

The US company has not revealed details as to motorization, whether it will lead to production or whether it has simply been used as a springboard to introduce new accessories for its bigger todocaminos. We will have to wait for the SEMA to know more details of the 'Chevy SUP'.

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