Both feature more cargo space and modernized interiors.
General Motors has revealed the 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban, redesigning the popular full-size SUVs to achieve even more cargo space while improving the interior experience.
The new Tahoe features 66 percent more cargo room behind the third seating row, with 19 percent more cargo space for the Suburban, both representing best-in-class stowage room. The former also gains 10 more inches of legroom for third-row passengers.
The automaker says its latest large SUVs benefit from dramatic improvements to driving dynamics, adding independent rear suspension and available Magnetic Ride Control and Adaptive Air Suspension. The pneumatic dampers are capable of load-leveling all four corners of the vehicles, with up to four inches of ride-height adjustment.
The modernized cockpits feature a standard 10-inch central touchscreen. Buyers can add an eight-inch digital instrument cluster, 15-inch head-up display, and 12.6-inch rear-seat LCD displays. The tech upgrades also include new safety and convenience features including standard automatic emergency braking and available HD Surround Vision.
Powertrains have also been updated, adding GM's 3.0-liter Duramax turbodiesel engine and revised V8 mills including a 6.2-liter powerplant with 420 horsepower. A 10-speed automatic transmission with push-button start is standard across the lineup.
Both the 2021 Suburban and Tahoe are due to go on sale mid-2020 in North America. Pricing will presumably be announced closer to launch.