If you’re a full-size SUV enthusiast, the news and updates of the upcoming 2021 Chevy Tahoe might be your interest. Well, it hasn’t been a year since the latest 2019 Tahoe was introduced to the market, so it must be surprising that the rumors of its 2021 model have already come out.
But, some spy photos have shown that the rumor can be true. Instead of the 2020 model year as it is firstly expected, the 2020 model of Chevy Tahoe is now anticipated to take part in the competition of next-generation full-size SUVs on the market.
So, what’s new from the latest photos taken? Unfortunately, the new pictures we got don’t reveal anything new since the prototype still wears a similar camouflage. But, there can be a new grille found under the camouflage. It probably suggests that the new photo was taken from a high-trim Tahoe.
2021 Chevy Tahoe Redesign & Changes
Even though the rumor about the upcoming 2021 model of Chevy Tahoe hasn’t been confirmed yet, there are some interesting points that we’ve gained so far. The next 2021 Chevy Tahoe is supposed to use GM’s latest T1 truck platform and switch to a self-sufficient rear suspension.
With this platform, we can expect for improved ride and handling as well as an increased amount of cargo and passenger space inside. An independent rear suspension itself has been a long-awaited feature from Tahoe. Then, this platform is considered to be used in the next-generation Suburban GMC Yukon and Cadillac Escalade as well.
This selection of rigs will take advantage of GM’s brand new Global B electrical architecture as well, which is known to provide increased computing power, advanced network security, and over-the-air updates for highly automated vehicles. Then, what kind of engine is going to power the upcoming Tahoe exactly?
It’s rumored that the new Tahoe will come up with a GM’s 3.6L V-6 engine as well as a 5.3L and 6.2L V-8s engine. There’s also a high possibility that the new Tahoe will offer the Silverado’s latest turbocharged 2.7L inline-four too. We can also expect this new car to offer hybrid powertrains.
2021 Chevy Tahoe Release Date, price & Lease Deals
With all of these updates, the new 2021 Chevy Tahoe is expected to be introduced to the market later this year and go on sale in early 2020. We expect that the starting price of this next-generation Tahoe will be higher than the latest Tahoe introduced on the market.
The latest 2019 model of this full-size SUV starts at $47,900 for the base version. This price might be different from one region to another, so check how much this Tahoe based on your country as well. If you’re interested to lease a new Tahoe LT, the estimated price is $805 per month.
There are actually a lot of other leasing choices available depending on what features you want to have exactly. So, you just need to find the best deal for yourself on the market. That’s what we’ve known so far about the next-generation 2021 Chevy Tahoe.