CARS.COM — Chevrolet is pushing race-ready styling cues of nine of its vehicles to the max with the all-new Redline editions. The appearance package, now appearing at the 2017 Chicago Auto Show, will be offered on a segment-spanning lineup that includes cars, SUVs and pickup trucks.
Modeled after the Redline concept shown at the SEMA aftermarket show in 2015, the package butches up recipients' looks with blacked-out, track-inspired flourishes. These include black wheels slashed with red, black nameplates outlined in red, black grilles and black Chevy bowties. Redline styling — starting with the Silverado pickup's Double Cab LT Z71 and Crew Cab LTZ Z71, and continuing through 2017 — will be available on the LT trim level of the Cruze sedan and hatchback; Malibu sedan; Camaro coupe and convertible; Trax, Equinox and Traverse SUVs; and Colorado pickup.
Model-specific features of the Redline package will also include red tow hooks on the pickups and black hash marks through the Camaro's wheels. Check out the gallery below.