In 2018, Chevy released a new version of the Tahoe known as the Custom Edition. What was so custom about this rig? The elimination of the third row, which boosted its cargo-hauling capacity from 51.7 cubic feet behind the second row of seats to 54 cubic feet. This also boosted its overall cargo room from 94.7 cubes to 112. Apparently, buyers gobbled this SUV up, as Chevy is adding an optional Midnight Package its list of available features.
As with other Midnight Package-equipped Chevys, the Tahoe Custom gets a darkened appearance that includes 18-inch black-painted wheels, a black grille, black assist steps, and black bow-tie emblems.
Other standard features on the 2018 Tahoe Custom Midnight Package include Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, 4G LTE Wi-Fi, an 8-inch touchscreen, a rearview camera, remote start, Teen Driver mode, and more. Buyers can also opt for forward-collision alert, a vibrating safety seat, ItelliBeam headlights with automatic high beams, lane-keep assist, automatic emergency braking, and up to five USB ports and power outlets.
The 2018 Tahoe Custom Midnight Package will hit showrooms in the spring of this year at a starting price of $44,700 plus a $1,295 destination fee. This makes the Midnight Package a $1,000 upgrade on the Tahoe Custom.