Chevy’s next-generation SUV is going to look pretty cool in a couple of years, but its still got a long way to go to catch up to the likes of the BMW X5, Tesla Model S, and Audi A3.
Here’s everything you need to know about the upcoming SUV.1.
What is the S-Bruiser?
S-bruiser is a shortened version of the S2 SUV.
Its the first model of the SUV to feature a smaller version of GM’s long-range SUV platform called S2 platform.
The S2 is a crossover platform, which means it combines the capabilities of a crossover SUV with a smaller SUV.
The goal is to make a smaller, more fuel-efficient SUV that can fit into a smaller cabin.
The sedan is the base model of this new platform.2.
What does the S3 and S4 mean for the Chevy Cruze?
The S3 is the new base model, while the S4 is the flagship model.
The new S3 will come in four trim levels: Base, Premium, Touring, and Sport.
The base model starts at $46,000, while all of the others go for $56,000.
The top trim is the most expensive, starting at $67,000 for the base version, and $70,000 or more for the Sport and Touring versions.
The Touring trim is also offered in three colors: Black, Silver, and Red.
The Sport trim is only available in two colors: Silver and Black.3.
What will the S6 SUV look like?
The next S-Vehicle is going for a similar design as the S7, but with a little more power and cargo space.
The model will start at $58,000 and be available in three different trim levels.
The $60,000 Sport model starts with a 4.0L turbocharged four-cylinder engine, while $68,000 starts with the 6.2L four-turbo engine, and up to $72,000 with the 5.8L.
The next-gen S6 will also come in a base and premium trim, but no longer has the Sport or Touring options.4.
Will the S8 SUV get the same power and performance as the Sport?
Yes, it will.
The 2017 S8 will start with the same base power as the 2016 S8 and S8 Plus, which will start from $57,000 to $68-and-up, depending on the trim level.
The engine will be a 4-cyl and 6.3L, and it will be rated at 265 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque.
It will also feature the same battery capacity as the previous-gen model.5.
Will all the new S-series SUVs be offered in the same trim level?
The same basic engine and turbocharged engine will start on the S5, S6, and S7.
All the S9 SUVs and the next-Gen S-Class will get the latest technology.
The only S-5 SUV with an upgraded engine is the 2018 S5.6.
What about the S10?
The next S10 is the same size as the last-gen car, but will come with a bigger, more powerful turbocharged version of its predecessor.
It is not a sedan, but it will get a bigger engine and a bigger size.
It should be priced somewhere in the $57-to-60-million range, depending upon trim level and trim.7.
Will any of the new SUVs get the S+ brand name?
Yes and no.
The most recent S-Series SUV has the same name as the current S8.
That means the 2018 and 2019 S-Luxury models will get S+ and the S30.
Both models will have the S20 nameplate.
The 2019 S30 will get an upgraded version of that S30 S+ model.8.
What’s the difference between the S Series, S30, and the other S-class SUVs?
The 2018 S Series and the 2019 S Series have the same basic platform, so they’re basically the same SUV.
They all use the same engine and transmission, and they all have the standard four-wheel drive system.
But they’ll be a little different.
The 2018 S-30 will use the more powerful 6.4L engine, the same as the 2015 S-50.
The 2021 S-45 is going on the same platform as the 2018 version.
And the 2019 model has the S50 engine, but the 2018 model will use an upgraded 2.0-liter engine with 6.1L cylinders.
The 2022 S-35 is also going on that same platform.
So the S55 and S60 models will be using the same engines, but they’re going to have a slightly different name.9.
What other features will the