Since the next generation Chevy Silverado went on sale last year we’ve known there has to be a next generation Suburban and Tahoe based on the same platform following closely behind. Now we know the pair will debut to the world on December 10th.
Chevrolet recently confirmed the date to GM-Trucks.com through an invitation we received to attend the launch event.
Of course we RSVP’d right away! So on December 10th we’ll get a chance to deep dive into the development of the all new Suburban and Tahoe, followed by a public unveiling in downtown Detroit that evening.
We can’t wait to see what the new full-size Chevy people-movers are all about in just a few weeks.
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Introduced in 1935, the original Suburban combined a steel wagon body on a truck chassis for commercial use, such as delivery vans and ambulances. The ability to haul people and their gear helped expand its role, and Suburban was soon enlisted for use in the military, in law enforcement, in film and for generations of family road trips.
That flexibility helped make the Suburban the longest-lasting vehicle in automotive history. Along the way, Suburban gave rise to the Chevrolet Tahoe, an icon in its own right, that has been the best-selling full-size SUV in the U.S. since 2001.