The 2024 Chevy Traverse is set to introduce an all-new third-generation for the crossover, ushering in a long list of updates and changes. Among these will be the deletion of the High Country trim level, as GM Authority was the first to report. Which got us thinking – what would a third-generation 2024 Chevy Traverse High Country actually look like?
To find out, we rendered up the following two images. To reiterate, GM has no plans to actually produce a third-generation 2024 Chevy Traverse High Country trim – rather, we went about creating these images just for fun.
The first thing to grab you should be the third-gen’s new styling, which includes thin upper lighting signatures bracketing a revised grille and bumper. The new fascia gives the crossover a more truck-like appearance, while our 2024 Chevy Traverse High Country treatment applies a few standout bits and pieces that give the whole package a more premium look. Among these is a chrome grille with large horizontally oriented slats, plus thin bronze accenting. The lower front bumper receives a little chrome trim as well.
In the corners, our 2024 Chevy Traverse High Country rendering is running a set of 22-inch wheels, specifically the split-five-spoke rollers from the Chevy Tahoe High Country and Chevy Suburban High Country. Chrome trim also outlines the top of the windows, providing a single styling line that leads the eye into the rear.
Viewed from behind, our Chevy Traverse High Country rendering shows off revised taillights with a Y-shaped housing that wraps into the rear fenders and hatch. More chrome trim is applied in the middle of the hatch to visually connect the two housings, while also showing off the requisite Bow Tie badge, presented in gold. Complementary chrome trim underlines the bottom of the hatch on the bumper, while a set of quad exhaust tips include square finishers, also in chrome.