2025 Chevrolet Suburban Full-Sizer Gets Digitally Painted With a Bundle of Ritzy Colors

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Today, Chevrolet almost has a completely new SUV lineup – only the 2025 or 2026 Bolt EUV all-electric crossover SUV is waiting for its official introduction.
Otherwise, the base Trax option for ICE-powered CUV fans is all-new and in its second generation; the Trailblazer has been refreshed for the 2024MY, the Equinox is getting all-new for 2025MY, and the Blazer is fresh, too, whereas the all-new 2024 Traverse is looking more and more rugged.

But how about the full-size Tahoe and Suburban SUVs? No worries, they are also getting a thorough makeover for the 2025 model year with a more powerful diesel engine, additional technology features, a better suspension setup, an all-new cockpit, and subtle new design cues on the outside. In fact, it's going to be quite hard to choose between one or the other because they're both so compelling now.

The truck-based models naturally sit at the top of the brand's crossover and SUV food chain, and for good reason – they're hulking models that can conquer almost any terrain and still carry your entire family with them. Soon, they will hit the US market with the new truck-inspired lighting signature and that fresh "best-in-class" 17.1-inch infotainment display arrangement, plus a ten-speed automatic transmission now available for the first time on all trims, including the off-road-focused Z71.

Currently, though, we still don't have their 'build & price' options on the company's online portal – just the 'sign up for updates' prompt as they reside alongside their 2024 model year siblings. Well, at least as far as the 2025 Chevy Suburban is concerned, the wait might get eased with a little help from the imaginative realm of digital car content creators – this virtual artist, better known as c_zr1 on social media, gives us CGI food for thought in the form of a shade bundle for the 2025 Suburban, the longest-used automobile nameplate in the whole wide world.

The pixel master starts the color reel with a simple white option, which could be one of the default no-cost shades, followed by a blue option to match the white-blue boat it carries behind it. After that, contrasting options are always in order – light gray, crimson, green, blue-gray, cream, or light blue. So, which is your favorite? Also, if you plan on buying a Chevy truck-based SUV anytime soon, which is your option – the 'smaller' 2025 Tahoe, or are you going all out with a 2025 Suburban flagship?

As for the future, we really hope that Chevrolet will soon perform the same kind of upgrades on the 2025 or 2026 Silverado pickup truck sibling – it would certainly need a helping hand like that tech-savvy cockpit when fighting against the facelifted 2024 Ford F-150 and the refreshed 2025 Ram 1500 series, right?

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Aurel has aimed high all his life (literally, at 16 he was flying gliders all by himself) so in 2006 he switched careers and got hired as a writer at his favorite magazine. Since then, his work has been published both by print and online outlets, most recently right here, on autoevolution.
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