2020 Chevrolet Tahoe, Suburban revealed with 5 in-car displays each
Chevrolet has unveiled the 2020 Tahoe and Suburban lineup. Both SUVs now look similar to the latest Silverado truck, but the novelty goes much farther than that.
The Tahoe is now 170 mm (6.6 inches) longer with a 125 mm (4.9”) larger wheelbase. In turn, the Suburban gains 33 mm (1.3”) of length and 104 mm (4”) of wheelbase. More importantly, experimenting with different seat and equipment layouts enabled Chevrolet designers to give Tahoe rear passengers a whopping 25 cm (9.8 inches) of extra legroom compared to the pre-facelift version. Furthermore, introduction of a new seat-folding mechanism enabled to increase the trunk size by 66% to a maximum of 3,480 liters (122.9 cubic feet) with the seats folded down.
The rear suspension now boasts a completely independent multi-link design, and the floor level is lower than before. Adaptive air shocks are available as a paid option, LED headlights are standard, and the wheels are now obtainable in sizes up to 20 inches.
The gasoline engine range stays unchanged, which in this case means a 5.3-liter V8 rated at 355 hp (265 kW) and its 6.2-liter counterpart with 426 hp (318 kW). However, a 3.0-liter TDI now joins the family with six cylinders, 277 hp (207 kW) and 623 Nm (459 lb-ft) of torque. The same ten-speed automatic transmission is used in all configurations.
Options include new electronic aids, as well as up to five displays. This includes the digital dashboard, the 10-inch center console screen, a HUD, and a pair of 12.6-inch screens for the rear seat occupants.
Sales in the USA will begin in mid-2020.
Editor Andrew Raspopov