It’s not often that we cover custom vehicle renderings, but when we do, it’s for good reason. This Chevrolet Tahoe SS Coupe is one of those good reasons. Just look at it. Look at it.
Coming to us courtesy of Atlanta-based Custom Car Co, this Tahoe SS Coupe definitely has our attention. It certainly looks the part of a high-performance, bespoke SUV, with upgrades and changes found from front to back. We think the final product is nothing short of stunning.
The front fascia looks to be inspired by the latest sixth-generation Chevrolet Camaro, with a deep lower air dam, black mesh grille insert, and horizontal marker lights at the corners. SS badges can be found up front, at the sides, and in the rear, with Black Bowtie badging providing backup. Massively wide meats are mounted on five-spoke rims with a deep-dish design and polished lip, while dual center exhaust pipes finish it off. The black trim bits help to offset the lovely champagne-colored body panels. And of course, don’t forget the conversion from four-door to two-door coupe.
“The Chevrolet Tahoe SS Coupe is a true street truck,” reads the description by Custom Car Co. “This model is designed as GM’s competitor against the Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT-8 and Trackhawk.”
While just a rendering, it appears as though Custom Car Co is seeking to turn this thing into reality, listing a long variety of features and options highlighted by things like twin-turbo aspiration, performance brakes, and more. We reached out to Custom Car Co for more information, and whether or not the outfit has built any units, but have yet to receive a response at time of publication.
While we’re not sure how “real” the Chevrolet Tahoe SS Coupe really is, we have to hope that the firm follows through in making it in the metal. Stuff like this is just too good to pass up, and if stuffed with a double dose of turbocharging power, well… we’re smitten. If you feel the same, wander over to customcarco.com to check it out yourself, and make sure to subscribe to GM Authority for more Chevrolet Tahoe news, Chevrolet news and around-the-clock GM news coverage.