A month ago, the Ukrainian government reached out to GM for some help. The besieged nation needed cars, and big ones, to move its civilians out of active areas of conflict throughout the country. Thankfully, GM happily obliged. By April 22, GM had 50 Chevy Tahoe SUVs on a truck at the Ukrainian border.
The vehicles were moved into Ukraine via a military hub in Rzeszow, Poland. From there, the vehicles were delivered to the Ukrainian government. According to company spokesperson George Svigos, GM partnered with global shipping company Maersk, to get the GMC Yukon twins out of the States and into Ukraine as quickly as they did.