2022 Chevy Tahoe Gets New Evergreen Gray Metallic Color: First Look16
The 2022 Chevy Tahoe offers a total of ten exterior colors, three of which are new: Auburn Metallic, Dark Ash Metallic, and Evergreen Gray Metallic. Here’s our first look at the new Evergreen Gray hue.
Assigned RPO code GED and touch-up paint code WA-244F, Evergreen Gray Metallic is one of five dark hues and one of six metallic hues available for the 2022 Tahoe.
For the sake of reference, here are all ten 2022 Chevy Tahoe exterior colors:
- Iridescent Pearl Tricoat
- Auburn Metallic (new for 2022)
- Dark Ash Metallic (new for 2022)
- Satin Steel Metallic
- Summit White
- Evergreen Gray Metallic (new for 2022)
- Empire Beige Metallic
- Midnight Blue Metallic
- Cherry Red Tintcoat
The new Evergreen Gray color is included in the base price of the 2022 Tahoe and is available on all trim levels and with every interior color combination.
2022 Chevy Tahoe Trim Levels:
- FL (Commercial)
- High Country
2022 Chevy Tahoe Interior Color Combinations:
- Jet Black
- Gideon with Very Dark Atmosphere
- Jet Black with Victory Red
- Jet Black with Maple Sugar
- Jet Black with Mocha
GM Authority extensively outlined the changes and updates to the 2022 Tahoe. Noteworthy updates over the 2021 model include the introduction of Front and Rear Park Assist and Buckle To Drive as standard on all models. There’s also expanded availability of the 6.2L L87 V8 gasoline EcoTec3 engine, which is now available on RST and Z71 models via the addition of the new Sport Performance Package and Off-Road Performance Package.
- See complete 2022 Tahoe updates and changes
The 2022 Chevy Tahoe is assembled by GM USA at the GM Arlington plant in Arlington, Texas. Both the 2022 Chevy Tahoe and 2022 Chevy Suburban went into production on October 4th of this year, as previously reported exclusively by GM Authority. The two Chevy models, along with their GMC (Yukon / Yukon XL) and Cadillac (Escalade / Escalade ESV) platform mates are the only models whose production GM didn’t idle during the ongoing microchip shortage. The automaker did so by allocating chips from other vehicle lines to the full-size SUVs.
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How About A Midnight Edition For The Tahoe And Suburban High Country?
We waited to see the color before signing.
We got ours with this color. Mysteriously Awesome …. and everyone guesses wrong color when seeing it in cloudy or night conditions. It looks Black most times but when light hits it….IT IS A DARK METALLIC GREEN. Funny thing about it is the dealer registered it as “GREY”. It was the first one that came into that dealership. It might be fooling people cause there might be grey metallic used. You have to see this color in different light levels to really appreciate its illusions.
i like it , but getting tired of all the black wheels.
Yes, would be interesting and maybe better to change color, we were at the mercy of Chevy to what would come in after our dealer finally got in a new RST after weeks waiting during these messed up times. we seen the window sticker before it came in and had first dibbs on it. No way to dicker around waiting….you either accept or it goes to the next on the list.
Well If You Are Tired Of All The Black (They Offer Maybe 2 Out Of 10) Do Not Buy Or Order Any. We All Have Different Tastes. I Want You To Have The Chrome And Silver Wheels. I Just Want No Chrome. I Prefer The Blacked Out Look! Regrettably For Me I Want A High Country Suburban Blacked Out But None Is Offered Except If I Want To Buy A Escalade! Therefore A High Country Suburban Won’t Be On My Christmas List…
The color looks very good on it, but the Tonka front end and wheels have to go. What are they thinking?
Beautiful color! Please offer it on Silverado.
Another boring, dull, uninspiring color. Greenish gray or blueish gray or grayish gray – – not much difference.
But… it’s what the sheeple want
Not necessarily. The customer is given no choice. Most manufacturers offer Black, White and 50 shades of gray (look at the colors of vehicles in any parking lot – they are all dull hues). Car makers should offer a better variety and then see what people really choose.
You nailed it. I got pretty pissed off waiting for our two colors we would accept on our new truck. Dealership seems to order WHITE, BLACK, and more WHITE, BLACK trucks. Out on their lot held true with this as Eldo stated. Two cherry red metallic came in and they were bought sight unseen, one from internet many states away. What a WAR. Then Chevy complicates game by adding colors and dropping colors. I have a past background in automotive finishes and I know what drives costs of paint colors. Pigment color costs and how much abundance from imports in the world. Look at old era farms, most buildings were/are either White or Red.
What do we know about the LIFTER PROBLEM on 5.3 & 6.2 engines?
What lifter problems? There was a bad batch from a supplier and others were do to failed maintenance or a .001% of an actual failure which falls in with what other manufacturers see with most mechanical items built y humans and robots, same as Toyota, Honda, Mercedes, Kia, etc…
Hope this color is offered on the 2023 Corvette. Natural Dipped interior with Bronze rims would look awesome to me.
Glad to read that the color appears darker in person than in the pictures at the begining of this article. When I first saw the pics I thought “wow, that looks like the same metalic green that was on my 96 Saturn…
And what’s so wrong with green now that it can only break cover as another shade of gray?
Oh, I get it. It’s 2021 going on 2022. Green must surely be racist! Silly me.