At the moment, probably the most highly effective engine you will get in any of GM’s body-on-frame SUVs—the Cadillac Escalade, GMC Yukon, Chevy Tahoe and Suburban—is a 6.2-liter naturally aspirated V-8 making 420 horsepower. But when this newest report is to be believed, patrons might be able to get supercharged model with round 200 extra horsepower within the close to future.

MotorTrend, citing an unnamed supply aware of GM’s plans, claims the corporate will provide supercharged variations of the SUVs named above, possible as a dealer-installed possibility. It could imply an general output of someplace between 600 and 625 horsepower, based on the report. Autoblog suspects the improve would additionally embody an ECU reflash and even some fueling upgrades, however no main modifications to the LT1 V-8’s internals.

In the identical report, MotorTrend additionally claims GM is planning a separate efficiency package deal for its lineup of huge SUVs, full with issues like extra energy, a greater suspension, and greater brakes. Weirdly, the report says the package deal is not being developed by Cadillac’s V division.

Both method, we predict a higher-performance model of those SUVs is a good suggestion. Huge-power SUVs are all the trend proper now, so it solely is smart GM throws its hat into the ring to nab a few of the market share.

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