We all know that Chevrolet is one of the oldest American automotive manufacturers in Allentown and Bethlehem, right behind Ford. However, what you may not know is that Chevrolet wasn’t really the big player in the game back when it first started operations. In fact, it was a fledgling company that desperately needed to step up in order to compete with other manufacturers. Enter the Suburban, which can be credited as being the game changer that turned Chevrolet’s fortunes.
For more than 70 years, the Suburban has been serving as the average American’s workhorse, winning the hearts of Americans. Today, it’s seen as the first choice for families looking for a large SUV that could fit all. With a tough as nails exterior, powerful engines and a comfortable interior, the Suburban can fit up to an astounding ten people at once. If you want luxury and fancy bells and whistles, you would be better off looking elsewhere. But, for a practical SUV that gives you the best bang for the buck, a new or used Chevrolet Suburban comes as a recommended choice by many automotive experts and enthusiasts.
In the last couple of months we’ve featured a lot of automotive history. Today we bring you some history in the making! This history is being made in a top-secret development program. An ‘extreme’ Mustang is being built, code name “Boy Racer” – this time for the racetrack. Watch in the video below as Ford Racing joins forces with Canadian motor sport company, Multimatic, to produce the worlds first turn-key Mustang racer.