Model of Chevrolet Suburban 1985 , textures are ZIP file.
Car in white studio are renders from Keyshot.
There is one blend file of this model here:
1 - New Chevrolet in black studio (Studio lighting is there)
NOTE: Collada (dae) file has non subdivision wire (able for games)
A new 6.2-liter (GM started using metric engine sizes at this point) diesel engine debuted in 1982. A much stronger and reliable engine than the old 5.7-liter (350 c.i.) version, the 6.2 was offered with both two- and four-wheel-drive as opposed to the 5.7, which was only available on two-wheel-drive Suburbans. A four-speed automatic gearbox was a new option that promoted less engine wear and better highway fuel economy.
Only sharp-eyed enthusiasts would be able to tell what changed for 1983: parking lights were relocated from the bumper to the bottom edge of the grille, which was now blacked out. Additional rust protection was provided by the use of anti-corrosion steel under the hood and at the front of the pickup box.
1984 saw more steps taken (such as galvanized inner door panels) to fend off rust.
A revised grille design with a thicker horizontal divider marked the 1985 trucks.