The Vehicle With the Automobile Industry’s Longest-Running Nameplate

This year, the Chevrolet Suburban will celebrate its 88th anniversary. First introduced in 1935, the sport utility vehicle carries the honor of having the longest-running nameplate in automotive history. The original 1935 Suburban could fit 8 passengers and provided a large 115-cubic-foot cargo area with the second-row seats folded and the third row seats removed. The 2023 Suburban seats 9 passengers and provides a whopping 144-cubic-foot cargo area with all the seats folded down. The 6.2-liter V8 under the hood offers 7 times the power of the original 60HP Suburban, at 420HP. From family road trips to dignitary protection, the Chevy Suburban has been a fixture of Americana.