General Motors is set refresh its full-size SUV lineup for the 2024 model year, including the Chevy Tahoe. Poised to drop in as the fourth model year for the latest fifth generation, the refreshed 2024 Chevy Tahoe will usher in a long list of important updates and changes. Now, GM Authority spy photographers have captured the 2024 Chevy Tahoe High Country undergoing some real world testing.
Of course, this isn’t the first time we’ve seen the refreshed 2024 Chevy Tahoe testing as a prototype. In fact, we’ve captured prototypes of the full-sizer on several occasions prior, including last year and earlier this year, and we’ve even seen glimpses of the refreshed interior layout as well.
That said, these new spy photos are our best look yet at the High Country, confirming what GM Authority has been reporting all along – namely that the upcoming 2024-model-year refresh will apply Chevy’s two-tier headlight treatment to the Chevy Tahoe (and by extension, the longer-wheelbase Chevy Suburban). This lighting layout, known as the “high-eye” among Chevy’s designers, splits the daytime running lights (DRLs) and / or turn signals from the primary headlights into two distinct units, as is clearly on display with this prototype.
This 2024 Chevy Tahoe High Country prototype also appears to be wearing a set of 22-inch Sterling Silver premium painted wheels with chrome inserts (RPO code RPT), while a set of retractable running boards / assist steps (RPO code B3L) are tucked neatly under the rocker panels.
Moving around to the rear of the vehicle, we find a revised lower fascia treatment marked by a new through-fascia exhaust configuration, which replaces the exposed quad tips of the current pre-refresh SUV. Also notable are the reverse lights, which remain halogens, rather than LEDs. Finally, up top, the refreshed 2024 Chevy Tahoe will feature a new roof fin antenna.
Per a previous GM Authority exclusive, the start of regular production (SORP) for the 2024 Chevy Tahoe is currently scheduled for November of 2023 at the GM Arlington plant in Texas. The GM T1 platform will once again provide the underpinnings.