2025 Chevrolet Tahoe & Suburban.

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GM has released early photos and info about the revised Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban for 2025.

The front end has been redesigned, and just looks different. Not necessarily better in my opinion, as there was really nothing wrong with it. Engines are basically the same with a choice of 2 V8s and a 3.0 Liter Diesel. GM claims to have improved the ride and handling of the giant SUVs, but they always claim that, and these basically still drive like they did 10 or 15 years ago.

The big news is the new interior. Holy Crow! What an improvement over the current design. (bottom pic). And the current one was already a huge upgrade from the previous generation! This seems so nice it is getting about as good as the current Cadillac Escalade. And could even end up being better in the long run since the 2025 Escalade is supposed to get a new dash design similar to the new 2025 Escalade IQ. Which is pretty overdone looking with the frightful and terrible huge screen that spreads through the whole dashboard. A design that is definitely not as classy as the current excellent Escalade interior. Compared to that, this new Tahoe is actually much nicer.

It makes you wonder what’s in store for the 2025 GMC Yukon.

The 2025 Tahoe and Suburban will only start production late next year, like a regular 2025 model. I wonder why GM chose to show them that early since it seems it would impact sales of the current model.


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  1. Mixed feelings on this. They got rid of one of my favourite steering wheels and replaced it with something that looks like it came from a much cheaper vehicle. Glad they kept physical buttons for the HVAC however, these controls also look vastly cheaper than the current version. Look at the temp knobs- in the current, they are expensive looking with a digital display in the middle, the new look VERY cheap and plastic. I also hate this trend of super low air vents, me knees don’t need air blowing on them. Excited to see what they do with the Yukon, expecting a big vertical screen similar to the new acadia and sierra EV

  2. Here’s the problem. If you’re going to put a very similar interior in all of your vehicles, it needs to start at the top with the most expensive and then trickle down to lower models. If you start with lower models (Ie: New Traverse) it will seem lower end when you put the same interior ( steering wheel, screen, air vents, HVAC controls) in a much more expensive model

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