Need to get the kids to the soccer game in a hurry, then run to Trader Joe’s to get a refill on Everything Bagel seasoning, and then hit the track? Well, you are in luck! Chevrolet just introduced supercharged versions of their Suburban and Tahoe!
Chevy is offering specially modified Suburbans and Tahoes that have been upgraded by Specialty Vehicle Engineering (SVE). If SVE sounds familiar, that is because they are the company who offer suped up versions of the Corvette and Silverado. If you need a family truckster with some impressive giddy-up these supreme SUVs are for you.
These performance-enhanced trucks have 1,000 horsepower. The new Suburban or Tahoe comes with a 6.8-liter LT4 V8 supercharger engine with rear-wheel drive. Fun fact, 1,000 horsepower is 37 more than what the Ferrari LaFerrari offers. The engine and supercharger are …You’ll also get an upgraded fuel system, sport suspension, and full stainless steel exhaust. You can opt for 22-inch wheels with Falken Ziex rubber and a satin paint finish. There’s also an 810 horsepower version for those of you too scared for the quadruple-digit HP.
The 1,000 horsepower model with cost $66,995 in addition to the price of a standard rear-wheel drive Tahoe or Suburban that originally came with the 5.3-liter V-8 engine. The 810-HP version will only cost $44,995 on top of the cost of your Suburban or Tahoe. All of the models come with a 3-year/36,000-mile warranty and the transmission comes with a 12-month/12,000-mile warranty.
The best part is that these are Chevy-endorsed and you can purchase these vehicles straight from your local Chevrolet dealership. Taking the kids to soccer practice and then going directly to the track was never so exciting.