The 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe introduces new levels of luxury for the Tahoe nameplate. The cabin of the new SUV is swathed in leather, garnished with soft touch materials and complimented by new technologies. Once inside, the one word that comes to mind is “premium.”
Many Tahoe customers will accept the luxurious amenities and state-of the-art technologies with open arms. However, you should be warned, the premium interior might lead people to think you are a little wealthier than you really are.
Chevrolet’s “The New Premium” ad for the 2015 Tahoe features a couple returning home from their date night. The wife offers to drive their babysitter home, who quickly comes to the conclusion that her employers are a little wealthier than they’ve let on after poring over the Tahoe’s premium cabin. When asked how much she charges, the babysitter bumps the price up $20, on the assumption that — with a luxurious car like this, her employers can surely afford it. Check the ad out just below.