In order to qualify for the Midnight name, the Tahoe Custom gets 18-inch painted black wheels fitted with an aggressive set of Goodyear Wrangler tires, a black grille, off-road assist steps, and black bowtie emblems. Besides those exterior modifications, the Midnight is just like any other Chevy Tahoe.
A 5.3-liter V8 engine spins out 355 horsepower and nets an EPA-estimated 23 miles per gallon on the highway. The max towing rating stands at 6,600 pounds. It will be offered in standard rear-wheel-drive guise, or with optional four-wheel drive. Want one? All you’ve got to do is show up at your nearest Chevrolet dealership this spring with $45,995 in hand. For those keeping track, that’s a thousand bucks more than the standard Tahoe Custom.