2010 Chicago Auto Show: Chevrolet Suburban Turns 75
Celebrating its status as the first vehicle nameplate in industry history to achieve 75 years in continuous production, Chevy unveiled a special commemorative variation on the Suburban theme in Chicago. Officially the 2010 Chevrolet 75th Anniversary Diamond Edition Suburban, this full-size SUV will go on sale this summer and be limited to just 2,570 copies, including 350 for Canada and other export markets.
Based on the Suburban LTZ and available in both 1500 rear-drive of four-wheel drive configurations, the 75th Anniversary Diamond Edition is finished in White Diamond Tricoat paint and gets unique roof rails and special 20-inch chrome wheels as well as special badging on its C-pillar. Inside, this stately Suburban boasts Cashmere leather upholstery set off by an appropriately descriptive steering wheel center cap and "Diamond Edition" lettering inscribed on its sill plates and embroidered on the front-seat headrests.
Like any other lesser Suburban LTZ, the 75th Anniversary Diamond Editions also will come with a megaload of comfort and convenience features, including an integrated navigation radio, a one-year subscription to XM Satellite Radio with NavTraffic, Bluetooth, rearview camera system, rear parking assist, remote starting and power-adjustable pedals. Buyers of the yet-unpriced 2010 Chevrolet 75th Anniversary Diamond Edition Suburban also can add custom touches like a DVD-based rear-seat entertainment system, articulating running boards, a sunroof, Side Blind Zone Alert and Mobile WiFi.