Back in February 2020, Chevrolet distributor The Covenant Car Company Inc (TCCCI) announced that they will be launching the all-new Suburban and Tahoe before the year ends. However, the launch didn't happen due to lockdowns and restrictions caused by the pandemic.

Two years on, and the economy has opened up as active cases go down. Meanwhile, TCCCI was able to launch several new models in 2021. These include the all-new Tracker, Trailblazer, and the Corvette C8. But where is the Tahoe?

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At this year's Manila International Auto Show (MIAS), Chevrolet will officially reveal the next-generation Tahoe. This was confirmed by the automaker in a Facebook post last weekend. The all-new SUV will debut on April 7 and will sit alongside the bow-tie brand's full vehicle lineup that includes the Camaro, Corvette, Tracker, and Trailblazer.

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Specs and prices have yet to be revealed for the upcoming Tahoe. However, TCCCI mentioned that they are considering a turbo-diesel engine for the all-new Tahoe. That's right, a 3.0-liter Duramax inline-six is available on the Tahoe and it makes a hearty 277 PS and a meaty 623 Nm of torque. Aside from the Duramax, a naturally-aspirated V8 might also be available on the 2022 Tahoe.

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With Chevrolet set to fully reveal the SUV at MIAS this week, interested buyers will be able to get a closer look once the bow-tie brand takes the covers off of the 2022 Tahoe. Hopefully, this means the all-new Suburban will follow in the coming months.