Unofficially Redesigned 2025 Chevrolet Suburban Looks Ready for a Stylish EV Revolution

2025 Chevrolet Suburban rendering by Q Cars 10 photos
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While different nameplates are arguably more famous or better selling around the world – like the VW Beetle, Toyota Corolla, or Porsche's 911 – the model series that's the oldest across the automotive industry is still entirely unexpected, maybe.
Does the Chevrolet Suburban ring any bells? The General Motors' subsidiary is currently in 'truck season,' so that bodes well not just for the Chevy Colorado and Silverado (plus Silverado HD) but also their SUV relatives. For example, the US automaker recently introduced the third-generation 2024 Traverse full-size crossover SUV to complete the CUV roster's refresh.

Basically, everything from the tiny Trax going through the Trailblazer, Equinox, and Blazer is brand new or refreshed. That leaves the full-size truck-based SUV offerings as the oldest dogs up the alley – and Chevrolet is undoubtedly eager to teach them new tricks for additional treats. Naturally, many believe the US carmaker will start with the 'smaller' Tahoe (and its badge-engineered GMC Yukon counterpart) before embarking on mighty adventures.

As such, the rumor mill is going berserk trying to figure out the redesigned appearance of the 2024 or 2025 Chevy Tahoe – and most representatives of the imaginative realm of digital car content creators have followed suit. Not the good folks over at the Q Cars channel on YouTube, though, as they aim to daze and amaze the audience with a potential styling of their vision for the redesigned Chevy Suburban instead.

In continued production since the 1935 model year, the model line will turn ninety when the 2025 model year comes out to party in the real world – possibly as part of the twelfth generation's refresh procedure. However, the resident pixel master from this channel and the host have differing thoughts – while the latter discusses a potentially upcoming facelift, the former envisions something that has nothing to do with the current Suburban.

Instead, even as the voiceover speaks of traditional V8 power, the unofficial renderings seem to prepare a next-generation Chevrolet Silverado for the upcoming EV lifestyle. As such, this hypothetical redesign stands way cooler and more relaxed next to the Chevy Equinox EV, Blazer EV, and especially the Silverado EV rather than the current ICE-powered roster of CUVs, SUVs, and trucks.

But why are we considering battery power rather than a traditional V8 for the mighty three-row SUV? Well, suppose you look closely at the unofficial design project. In that case, this Chevy Suburban doesn't have a traditional radiator grille, and at the back, there are no visible outlets for the classic exhaust system. Besides, it wouldn't be hard to imagine the Tahoe and Suburban adopting the EV lifestyle.

After all, General Motors is already paving the way for the 2025 Cadillac Escalade IQ with Ultium-based technology, and let us also remember that GMC will soon kick off sales of the Hummer EV SUV. As such, would you rather have an old-school, V8-powered Silverado with a traditional design or this modern approach featuring the novel EV lifestyle?

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About the author: Aurel Niculescu
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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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