Chevy has two vehicle introductions planned for Chicago.
Chevrolet has announced that it will introduce two new vehicles at the upcoming Chicago auto show. The Chicago unveilings will follow closely on the heels of the production debuts of the Chevy Bolt and Cruze Hatch, both of which bowed at the 2016 Detroit auto show.
First up will be a mid-cycle refresh for the Trax compact crossover. Introduced just 13 months ago, the Trax's 2017 update is expected to be relatively minor, with just slight revisions to the CUV's exterior and interior styling.
Chevrolet will also travel to the Windy City with a new 1LE performance package for its all-new Camaro. Set to become available for the 2017 model year, Chevy hasn't dished out the details on its latest 1LE pack, but last year's version included 20-inch wheels, sticky Goodyear Eagle tires, a performance suspension, a unique rear spoiler and a flat bottom steering wheel. The 1LE package should add about $3,500 to the Camaro SS' bottom line.
Although not a new model line, Chevy will also show off its latest Midnight Edition package for its Colorado, Silverado and Silverado HD pickup trucks in Chicago.
The Chicago auto show will kick off on February 11.