Chevrolet has finally revealed its next gen Traverse, blurring the line between crossover and SUV at Detroit Auto Show, which will hit the showrooms this fall. More muscular and roomier Chevy’s latest Traverse three-row crossover boasts turbo four for the first time ever and available in seven trims, more calm and car like.

Chevrolet Traverse 2018 has an aggressive body styling with more third-row space for passengers and gear than before, poaching some design cues from Suburban and Tahoe. Embedded with the greatest and latest tech, such as Apple Car Play, 4GLTE Wi-Fi hot-spot, Android Auto, a seven or eight inch infotainment touch screen and also USB ports for all three rows, helping you, your family and your friends stay connected, entertained and informed, almost anywhere your day takes you.

Still a large family vehicle, the base engine is injected, 3.6-liter which produces 305 horse power at 6,800 rpm and also 260 pound feet of torque at 2,800 rpm and the fuel economy checks in at 23 mpg on highway and 20 mpg in the city, but Chevrolet has not yet revealed that whether 1.6 turbo diesel four- cylinder engine which is offered in the GMC Terrain and Cruze will finds its way under Traverse’s hood.

Apart from this, there are number of optional safety features, such as pedestrian braking, forward collision alert, surround view cameras, automatic braking and a lot more, offering a comfortable spacious interior along with bold good looks.

Traverse’s sales peaked in 2015, but had lagged behind the top three crossovers, like Toyota, Highlander, and Ford Explorer, but with the new Traverse 2018 Chevy hopes to see an uptake in sales. The prices are yet to be announced, but Traverse is expected to be available midsummer 2018 with more news in the coming months. The all-new Traverse is definite the ultimate in style and class segment and consumers will love the experience in every drive.