2021 Chevrolet Traverse of Detroit’s GM Offers More Standard Safety Features

Chevrolet of Detroit’s General Motors Co. has unveiled the 2021 Chevrolet Traverse, which is expected to be available late this year. The vehicle bears the third-best-selling Chevy nameplate, which has sold nearly 1.3 million vehicles in the U.S. since debuting with the 2009 Traverse.
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2021 Chevrolet Traverse High Country
The 2021 Chevrolet Traverse is expected to be available late this year. // Photo courtesy of Chevrolet

Chevrolet of Detroit’s General Motors Co. has unveiled the 2021 Chevrolet Traverse, which is expected to be available late this year. The vehicle bears the third-best-selling Chevy nameplate, which has sold nearly 1.3 million vehicles in the U.S. since debuting with the 2009 Traverse.

Six safety features are now standard on all trim levels: automatic emergency braking, front pedestrian braking, lane keep assist with lane departure warning, forward collision alert, IntelliBeam auto high beams, and following distance indicator.

“The new Chevrolet Tahoe/Suburban has received an overwhelmingly positive response from consumers,” says Holt Ware, director of exteriors, crossovers, and cars for Chevrolet. “The new design of the 2021 Traverse gains this new commanding appearance and presence we know Traverse owners will appreciate.”

The vehicle offers an updated front grille and front and rear fascias, four new wheel designs, new LED headlamps and taillamps, and turn signal indicators integrated into daytime running lamps.

The interior offers a two-panel power sunroof with new rear power sunshade, available wireless Apple CarPlay and wireless Android Auto capability, an 8-inch diagonal driver information center, a wireless charging pad, and USB ports in all rows.

Adaptive Cruise Control – Advanced is available on the 3LT, RS, and Premier trim levels, and the new Safety Alert Seat is standard on Premier and High Country.

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