The two largest vehicles in the Chevy lineup are getting full redesigns very soon. The 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban will each get expanded interiors, better driving dynamics, and more technology.
According to a Chevy press release, the Tahoe will get 66 percent more cargo space behind the third row, while the Suburban’s cargo space will expand by 19 percent, making both of them class leaders in cargo space. The Tahoe will also offer 10 additional inches of legroom in the third row, giving much more comfort to passengers.
Both the Tahoe and Suburban will be receiving a range of powertrain and technology updates, including a new 3.0-liter Duramax turbo-diesel engine that makes towing and hauling easier than ever. The Chevy SUVs will both have nine camera views, standard Automatic Emergency Braking, and available HD Surround Vision.
Chevy will also make tons of changes to the interior of both SUVs, adding a standard 10-inch touchscreen — the largest in its class — as well as an available 15-inch head-up display and available rear seat media system with 12.6-inch dual LCD displays for second-row passengers.
To round it all out, a new suspension will be added to both vehicles, comprising an independent rear suspension, available Magnetic Ride Control, and the first-in-class Air Ride Adaptive Suspension.
Are you excited about the all-new 2021 Tahoe and Suburban? Our team at Bill Harris GM will keep you posted as we receive additional updates about these impressive Chevy SUVs.