Chevy 2020: Highlights from the 2020 Chevrolet Lineup
Chevrolet stepped into the new decade with a lineup of vehicles that built upon past successes while adding improvements to strengthen its catalogue. With their 2020 vehicles, the company offers new and fast cars meant for highways and race tracks, as well as safe and sturdy family vehicles, perfect for inner-city driving.
There’s truly something for everyone.
With the Chevy 2020 collection, Chevrolet is both sticking to tradition and pushing the boundaries forward. In this article, we’ll take a look at some of the highlights from the 2020 Chevrolet lineup.
Chevy 2020 Corvette Stingray
The 2020 Corvette made its official debut on July 18, 2019 after being teased at a New York Charity event in April. Now finally on showroom floors, it comes in several model types, each varying in price.
The most remarkable feature of 2020 Corvette is the mid-engine which provides proper weight distribution. The engine also makes this the fastest Corvette yet. The model is considered to be a supercar for the regular driver.
The Corvette will also have three interior and seat options:
GT1 provides excellent support and comfort with optional wing adjustment.
GT2 boasts a racing-inspired look; seats have a carbon fiber trim and two-way lumbar support with heating and ventilation.
Competition Sport seats offer the sportiest look of the three with bolstering on the sides and carbon-fiber trim on the headrest.
Each option is incredibly durable and has full Napa seating surfaces.
Chevy 2020 Camaro
The 2020 Camaro appeared in the Fall of 2019 with several options.
Among the types of Camaro there are the LS, LT LT1, and SS. LS being the cheapest and SS being the most expensive. For those who want even more out of their car, the ZL1 is also available.
In addition, drivers will be able to select from either a 6-speed manual transmission or 10-speed automatic transmission. Other perks include the 1LE and SS’s Magnetic Ride Control and the LT which has 20-inch aluminum wheels and all-season tires.
The 2020 Camaro LS and LT have a 2.0L turbo engine, with the possibility of a 3.6L V-6 engine for the LT. The LT1 also has a higher capacity 6.2L direct-injected small block V-8 engine.
Chevy 2020 Tahoe
If you like your cars traditional with a sheen of modernity, the 2020 Tahoe might be for you as the improvements seen since its last iteration don’t deviate from the well-known formula.
Among those improvements are updated driving mechanics and more a fuel-efficient engine.
However, the most notable feature is the wheels. The new Tahoe will have either 22-inch gloss-black aluminum wheels that come with custom silver accents or 22-inch machined-aluminum wheels with a silver finish.
The Chevy 2020 Tahoe also has three trim levels: LS, LT and LTZ. As the base trim model, the LS features several amenities including an integrated blind spot mirror, roof rails and rear parking censors. Upgrading to the LT gives you high-beam headlight control, lane-departure intervention and a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel among other features. The LTZ adds a litany of features including fog lights, auto-dimming drive side mirrors and heating in the second row of seats.
Chevy 2020 Suburban
As a car, the 2020 Suburban SUV is meant to be big and powerful. However, it’s rugged power and towing capacity are paired perfectly with features that make it a great family car.
The new model has an independent rear suspension, which allows for better handling and ride quality in a vehicle so large.
The driver can select one of two engines: either a 355 horsepower standard option or a more powerful 420 horsepower engine. Both choices are V-8 but have different capacities: 5.3 and 6.2L, respectively.
The LS trim is the least expensive option, while RST which boasts a bigger capacity engine can go up to $70,000. The RST also offers adaptive dampeners and exceedingly responsive brakes.
Chevy 2020 Silverado
Another excellent vehicle is the Chevy 2020 Silverado. It’s received several improvements and will come in two types: HD 2500 and 3000.
The truck is bigger but not much heavier and includes a 6.2L V-8 engine that replaces the L96 6.0L V8 unit. The Duramax 6.6L V-8 Turbo-Diesel comes with 10-speed automatic transmission, which allows you to tow up to 35,500 pounds.
Improvements to the chassis and suspension, as well new propulsion combinations, led the charge for the 2020 Silverado HD’s increased towing capacity which also allow the driver to install a larger cab with more room.
The car’s Advanced Trailering System technology also allows you to keep a better eye on the car and its surroundings as the camera has 15 available view modes.
Chevy 2020 Trax
The 2020 Trax is an addition to a subcompact class of smaller SUVs. The vehicle has an Ecotec 1.4L turbocharged 4-cylinder engine that has 138 horsepower and a 6-speed automatic transmission.
The new Trax also comes in LS, LT, or Premier models. Among the different options are colors, including type-specific editions as well as all-wheel drive and 18-inch wheels.
A remarkable safety feature of the 2020 Trax is its 10 standard airbags. This includes side-curtain, knee and rear seat-mounted thorax airbags.
We hope this article sheds light on the Chevy 2020 collection and improvements made on each vehicle. Call us at (402)-206-2117 for more information on the 2020 lineup of vehicles so you can get behind the wheel of a 2020 Chevy today.