2023 Chevy Tahoe And Suburban To Get Super Cruise9
The 2023 Chevy Tahoe and 2023 Chevy Suburban will be available to order with GM’s hands-free, semi-autonomous Super Cruise technology.
Chevy confirmed this week that Super Cruise will be available to order on both the 2023 Tahoe and 2023 Suburban in the Premier and High Country trim levels. The automaker did not say how much it would charge customers to equip the Tahoe and Suburban with Super Cruise. This technology is already offered on the closely related 2022 Cadillac Escalade and costs $2,500 to equip.
In addition to Super Cruise, the 2023 Chevy Tahoe and Suburban will also be available three new exterior colors, which indirectly replace Evergreen Gray Metallic, Satin Steel Metallic and Cherry Red Tintcoat. These include the following:
- Silver Sage Metallic
- Sterling Gray Metallic
- Radiant Red Tintcoat (extra cost)
Chevy will offer a new accessory black grill on the 2023 Chevy Tahoe and Suburban, too, which features ‘Chevrolet’ script lettering, similar to the grille used on certain trim levels of the refreshed 2022 Chevy Silverado 1500. This accessory grille will be available to order on the Tahoe and Suburban in the LS, LT, RST and Premier trim levels. Photos of the new grille design were not available at the time of publication.
These two full-size Chevy SUVs will be otherwise unchanged for the 2023 model year. They will be available to order in the same LS, LT, Z71, RST, Premier and High Country trim levels and offer the same powertrain configurations. These powertrain options include the atmospheric 5.3L V8 L84 gasoline engine, the atmospheric 6.2L V8 L87 gasoline engine, and the 3.0L I6 LM2 turbodiesel Duramax. The GM 10-speed automatic transmission remains, with rear-wheel-drive standard and four-wheel-drive available for a price premium.
Both the Tahoe and Suburban ride on the GM T1 platform, with production taking place at the GM Arlington plant in Texas. Pricing for the 2023 model year Tahoe and Suburban has not yet been confirmed by GM.
GM is expected to introduce refreshed Tahoe and Suburban models for the 2024 model year, which will introduce revised exterior styling to the two SUVs and potentially a redesigned cabin with new technology.
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I don’t care super cruise. Can GM considers putting adaptive cruise control into RST/Z71 or AT4?
I would bet that it will be available on those trims in 2023 to match the 2022 MCM Silverado’s RST and LT Trailboss, both of which now offer adaptive cruise.
Chevrolet can’t even produce a 2022 that was ordered back in December of 2021 and still can’t provide me with a production date, i wouldn’t count on super cruise in a 2023 since they still can’t produce a 2022
I agree. I have been waiting to have one ordered since November 2021. This is ridiculous.
I don’t see super cruise as that big of a selling point but GM must to allocate precious micro chips for it.
Ordered Escalade back in Jan 2022. No movement. Now supercruise is on constraint… good luck
Really not a fan of the “self-driving” thing. I feel like a lot of this “luxury” and “safety” crap is just that… Crap. Regular cruise control is enough, there’s no need for adaptive and super. Remote start is more than enough, there’s no need for push-button and phone connectivity. All this technical overkill is gonna come back to bite us one day… starting with the insane maintenance time and price… and people keep falling for anything, as long as it looks flashy, and can be made to sound good in an ad. If I can’t even trust my household tech to work consistently, why should I think it can safely drive me around? Our tech heads are getting too big and too proud to keep up with reality. This stuff’s not a good thing.
The Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban, the GMC Yukon and Yukon XL, and the Cadillac Escalade account for 50% of all large SUV sales in the US. GM makes 340,000 of them every year and exports about 80,000 to 31 countries. They’re made in GM’s plant in Arlington, Texas, which is said to be the most profitable assembly plant in the world. We estimate they generate $20 billion in revenue for GM and about $4 billion in profits. Autoline Daily.