Chevy has experienced intermittent supply issues with its Redline Package option on certain models in recent months, including on the Chevy Camaro and Equinox. Now, these shortages have been extended to the subcompact Chevy Trax crossover, as well, which is also currently not available to order with the Redline Package.
GM is not producing any Chevy Trax examples equipped with the Redline Edition package as of late August, GM Authority has learned. This equipment group typically adds $995 to the price of a Chevy Trax and is offered on the LT trim level, only. The package includes the following equipment (relevant RPO codes listed in parentheses):
- 18-inch Black finish aluminum wheels with Red accent stripes (RPO REN)
- P215/55R18 all-season blackwall tires (RPO RAK)
- Black mirror caps
- Black grille with Black surround (PO GGC)
- Front and rear Black Bow Ties
- Black beltline moldings
- Black Trax badge with Red outline (RPO CG6)
All remaining 2022 Chevy Trax orders are limited to the LT trim level, as GM Authority reported previously, with GM electing to no longer produce the entry-level LS trim as it prepares to wind down production of subcompact crossover in Korea later this year. The 2022 Chevy Trax LT starts at $24,395, while upgrading to all-wheel drive will push the price to $25,015.
The 2022 Chevy Trax is equipped with the turbocharged 1.4L I4 LE2 gasoline engine, rated at 155 horsepower and 177 pound-feet of torque. Production takes place at the GM Bupyeong plant in South Korea. GM said in June that it would bring production of an unnamed “next-generation global product” to Bupyeong in the Trax’s place, which is believed to be a new subcompact crossover model that will also be produced and sold in China. As GM Authority reported previously, this model could be either the new Chevy Seeker, or the next-generation Trax.