VE (short for Specialty Vehicle Engineering) knows a thing or two about souping-up Chevy’s catalog of vehicles. In fact, they recently unveiled a beefed-up redux of the brand’s famous Yenko Camaro pony car. But now they’ve set their sights on Chevrolet’s larger offerings — unveiling their officially-licensed 2019 H/O Supercharged Tahoe and Suburban SUVs.
In case it’s not immediately apparent, H/O is short for “High Output,” meaning these people-hauling commuter tanks are getting some major performance upgrades to the tune of between 810-1,000 horsepower, depending on which of the two package buyers choose. This is thanks in large part to the addition of custom-built superchargers. And while that would be enough, there’s also a long list of other upgrades, both standard and optional. They include things like H/O badging on everything from the vehicles’ exteriors to the included key fobs, factory warranties on all the new engine additions (as approved by General Motors), and a wealth of optional appearance upgrades to make your monstrous SUV even more menacing. Pricing and availability have yet to be unveiled.