Super Cruise will be available in the Premier and High-Country trim levels for the first time
A new Grille can be had as an accessory
Three new paint colours round out the changes, with a more substantial redesign planned for 2024
Chevrolet made some changes to its two largest SUVs for 2023, most notably by giving Super Cruise to the higher trim levels.
Indeed, the Chevrolet Suburban and the Tahoe will both be available with the hands-free driver assistance system developed by General Motors for the first time, but only in the upper-level Premier and High-Country trim levels.
In addition to being made available to more vehicles, the Super Cruise system received an update for 2023 that allows it to be used while towing a trailer and gives it the capability to complete lane changes on its own.
Appart from this addition, the Suburban and Tahoe don’t change much for 2023, since they have already been extensively reworked in 2021 and another major refresh is expected as soon as 2024, with prototypes having been spotted on the road already.
Nevertheless, Chevrolet also added a new grille to the options list of the LS, LT, RST and Premier trim levels. This available grille will be entirely black and it will spell out the name Chevrolet in block letter instead of featuring the bow-tie logo, like the standard grille does. The brand has yet to release a picture of this grille.
To round out the changes, three new paint colours can be chosen for both models: Silver Sage Metallic, Sterling Gray Metallic and Radiant Red Tintcoat, the latter being an extra-cost option.
Since the mechanical elements stay the same, both SUVs can be ordered with either the 5.3L V8, the 6.2L V8 or the 3.0L Duramax diesel, all with the 10-speed automatic transmission.