New Chevy Tahoe may make its debut at the State Fair of Texas this September
With the first half of 2013 under its belt, Chevrolet has been making a lot of exciting announcements for what the automaker’s future holds. It’s no secret that Chevrolet’s used cars hold their value better than any other comparable vehicles on the market, so whenever the car maker announces a new model coming out – fans of the famous bowtie brand get excited.
The all new Chevrolet Silverado just hit showrooms, and the 2014 models are attracting the attention they so righteously deserve. Chevrolet also announced plans to reintroduce the mid-size pickup, the Colorado, back into its lineup for 2015. On the heels of that announcement and the roll-out of the 2014 Silverado, Chevrolet’s parent company General Motors (GM) is reporting that it will also be debuting the 2015 Chevy Tahoe late next month at the Texas State Fair. The event begins September 27th, with no official date on when the new Tahoe will make its grand entrance onto the fairgrounds.
Texas likes things big, so it should come as no surprise that large SUVs like the Chevrolet Tahoe do very well in the state. Logistically, debuting the full-size SUV at the State Fair of Texas makes more sense than any other location. While the official release of the models specs (including any pictures) have not been released by GM to the public, the rumor mill has been buzzing with reports of the Tahoe going in a different styling direction than previous model years, along with a redesign on both the exterior and interior. Even though the specifics have yet to materialize, September is right around the corner, along with the Tahoe’s grand reveal.