GM Brings Back the Redline Moniker for Nine Chevrolet Models
Do you know what the Redline is when it comes to GM? For many of us something in our life has been called the Redline whether it only indicates the position on the tachometer where the rpm are higher than they should be or you are a Hot Wheels fan that collects the oldest models of the brand. For GM the Redline was a name given to Saturn models when the brand was around which indicated a higher performing version of the vehicles in the lineup. Chevrolet has recently brought back the Redline moniker and put it on nine of the models to give you what you want.
These nine models will add a black and red trim cues on these cars that were revealed at the recent Chicago Auto Show. The nine models that will carry these treatments are the Cruze LT sedan and hatchback, the Malibu LT, the Camaro LT and SS (coupe and convertible, the Trax LT, the Equinox LT, the Traverse Premier, the Colorado LT and the Silverado Double Cab and Crew Cab in the LT Z71 trim. If you’re considering a new Chevrolet model this year, these could be the right ones for you to have what you want to enjoy on the road.
The Redline vehicles will be easy to spot at the dealerships as they will have black wheels with red hash marks, black nameplates with a red outline, blacked out grills and black Chevrolet bowtie logos. There are tons of great design elements for you to choose from in order to have the vehicle that will have exactly what you want on it and be able to drive the car that carries the look and feel you’ve been after but didn’t know you could have until this line of models appeared.
Some of the singular elements which will make their way to the different models include the red tow hooks that will be on the Silverado and Colorado and the Camaro models will have black hash marks above the wheels. This is a look that comes directly from motorsports to give you an inviting and sporty look to help make the car look more dramatic. These new features will make the cars look and feel sportier and more exclusive as only a specific number of Redline models will be made for each one of the nine models from Chevrolet.
The idea to bring back this name that had gone out with the deletion of Saturn in 2008 started out at the 2015 SEMA show in Las Vegas and continued when a pair of Blue Line concepts were brought to the 2016 SEMA show. Now Chevrolet has these nine models that you can enjoy with the dramatic look and feel to make the middle and top trim models of these vehicles look even more appealing and give you a vehicle that you might not see around town much at all. If you’re looking for something more from Chevrolet, the Redline models are where you can find that something more you’ve been searching for.