2021 Chevy Suburban: Spy Shots, Changes, Performance

The all-new 2021 Chevy Suburban could introduce a couple of minor changes. As you probably know, the 2020 model will arrive as the next-gen model. Knowing that the 2021 Suburban will arrive with small modifications. That includes minor tweaks in terms of design and the latest interior updates.

The full-size SUV will continue to deploy its independent rear suspension and it will look better than its predecessor. Rugged and aggressive appearance remains while the interior will be surprisingly subtle. We can also expect new exterior colors, new optional features and a small price increase over the current model.

2021 Chevy Suburban

2021 Chevy Suburban Exterior Changes

New 2021 Chevy Suburban will mostly remain the same vehicle. This full-size SUV is a truck-based model with similar dimensions to the Chevy Tahoe. On the other hand, Suburban is a significantly longer vehicle. It shares the platform with the GMC Yukon and Cadillac Escalade models. Suburban now deploys an independent rear suspension and a new model will lose some weight. The design looks striking and very upscale. We don’t expect any major changes for 2021. Suburban will remain robust SUV with a strange look that still looks stylish.

New Infotainment System

As for the interior, 2021 Suburban will get a couple of minor updates. Most of the updates are tech-wise. That includes a new infotainment system and small tweaks on the display’s interface. We are not sure about the new features inside this SUV. Whatsoever, don’t expect a long list of standard amenities. A couple of simple updates and that is it. There will be room for nine passengers. Suburban is known for generous interior room and sizable cargo capacity.

2021 Chevy Suburban spy shots

Trim Levels, Performances

The forthcoming 2021 Chevy Suburban is available in three trim levels, LS, LT, and Premier. Logically, moving up through these trim levels you can unlock more standard features, numerous packages, and more premium amenities. The LS trim offers a standard 5.3-liter V8. This unit delivers 355 hp and 383 lb-ft of torque. A 6-speed automatic transmission is available. Whatsoever, Suburban LS is the only trim level that offers a room for nine passengers. It offers remote start, tri-zone climate control, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and much more.

LT trim comes with standard leather upholstery and interior is more luxurious in general. Also, Suburban LT unlocks different sort of packages and additional safety systems. You can equip this trim with the Z71 package, that adds off-road suspension, different tires, skid plates, and different off-road gear.

Finally, the range-topping trim level is the Premier. This trim comes with adaptive magnetic ride control suspension and even more high-quality materials. Moreover, it offers heated front seats and premium driver-assistance features as standard. It also offers a 6.2-liter V8 that generates 420 hp and 460 lb-ft of torque. A 10-speed automatic transmission is available too.

2021 Chevy Suburban rear

Competition, Price, Release Date

The upcoming full-size SUV will cost around $52,000 while Premier model is priced at $67,000. The 2021 Chevy Suburban is a very unique model in every possible way. Thanks to its uniqueness, Suburban doesn’t have a lot of competitors. This model is often compared with the Chevrolet Tahoe model.

The two are almost the same vehicle, but Suburban is significantly longer. Ford Expedition is perhaps the biggest competitor. Whatsoever, Expedition offers more interior legroom, more features, and more power. Chevrolet will release its new full-size SUV in the second half of 2020.

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