Chevrolet Suburban became a Hollywood starJanuary 14, 2020
On the famous “Walk of Fame” in Los Angeles, a new star has appeared, perpetuating the memory of the Chevrolet Suburban SUV.
This was reported by the press service of the company. The Chevrolet Suburban SUV was the first car to receive such a prestigious award. Over a 67-year career, this model has taken part in the filming of more than 1,750 films and in more than 700 television series.
The commemorative star was laid on January 12 on Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles with the participation of representatives of General Motors and the leadership of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, which is the organizer of the Star Alley project.
Chevy Suburban first appeared on the movie screen in 1952, and in 1956 he began his career in television series. According to the organizers, since 1960, the SUV took part in at least one film or series created in Hollywood annually. Interestingly, this model appeared on the screens of more than three dozen films nominated for various titles of the American Film Academy.
The impressive filmography has become even more impressive with the advent of the sister model Chevy Tahoe. Together, Tahoe and Suburban participated in more than 2,500 films and television shows. Since its debut in 1995, Tahoe has appeared annually in at least one American film or television show.
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