Playing off those common themes, Chevrolet debuted a Luke Bryan Chevy Suburban concept back in October 2017, specifically styled after the country star’s hit song Huntin’, Fishin’ And Lovin’ Every Day. Remember this?
Chevy rolled out the concept vehicle at Las Vegas’s SEMA 2017, the world’s largest auto show.
Bryan, a longtime Suburban owner, gave some input on the overall design.
“Chevy has been part of our family and a part of our work life on the farm for as long as I can remember,” the country music star said in a press release.
What happens when you combine the utility of a truck, versatility of an SUV and amenities you’d find in a luxury vehicle? You get the ever-capable 2017 Suburban. With best-in-class highway fuel economy of 23 MPG,† this bold SUV gets you where you want to go and is built to accommodate your family’s needs. It’s no wonder Suburban is part of America’s best-selling family of full-size SUVs.
The unique Suburban’s hunter bronze exterior color, with Dark carbon accents, camo graphics, and camo pattern give the vehicle a classic sportsman’s look.
The Luke Bryan Suburban concept comes loaded with accessories geared for outdoor activities. On the roof sits a Thule Canyon roof mounted equipment carrier with a fishing rod holder and LED bar roof-mounted light rack. A spare tire mount with orange accents rests on a swing-out tailgate.
Overall, this concept vehicle is made primarily for one thing: off-road fun. The designers gave the Chevrolet Suburban concept a suspension lift and 22-inch wheel mounts on 35-inch-tall off-road tires.
Add to that a 5.3-liter V-8 engine with 355 horsepower and 383-pound-per-foot of torque, and you’ve got yourself a rig that’s a natural fit for some outdoor adventures.