If you’re looking for something unique, or even show-stopping, then this customized two-door 2015 Chevy Suburban LT could be right up your ally. The customized and shortened wheelbase channels the 2-door Suburban and Carryalls of the 50s, 60s, and 70s, and certainly gives a unique look to what would have once been a mundane Chevrolet family SUV. Located in St. Petersburg, Florida, and with 67,516 miles on the clock, this car is actually based on a converted 2015 Suburban LT and was even a show-car at the world-famous SEMA performance and modification show.
This one-of-a-kind 2015 Chevrolet Suburban LT 2-door conversion has a lot more than just it’s unique form-factor going for it. It’s finished in a stylish two-tone paint job, the brunt of which is painted in Nardo Gray. It features customized LED lights, including lights from a Cadillac Escalade at the back. This 2-door Suburban features custom 26” DUB wheels with new tires, and has been lowered with a Belltech Components 6” drop with air shocks in the rear. Inside the interior is fully customized, with custom stitching to match the original car. It features a suede headliner, as well as a 2800 watt sound system with Scar Audio components and competition-grade Scar subwoofers.
Under the hood is a 5.3-liter LS-based V8 engine, with 420hp and a serious 460 lb-ft of torque. This is hooked up to a Borla exhaust system and is coupled to an automatic transmission.