Chevy Suburban SUV will get a more powerful versionOctober 29, 2020
In a recent interview, Tim Herrick, GM’s product director, hinted at the possibility of an even more powerful version of the Chevrolet Suburban SUV.
It is possible that the next generation of the full-size Chevrolet Suburban SUV could get an even more powerful version.
“I really love powerful SUVs, trucks,” said Tim Herrick, GM’s vice president of global product programs. “It would be great to expand the range of such vehicles, perhaps with the super-powerful performance of the Suburban SUV.”
Herrick’s statement can hardly be called an official statement about the imminent debut of the super-powerful performance of the Suburban, but at least it suggests that such a version of the car can still be presented.
It’s worth noting that there have been more powerful versions of the full-size Chevy Suburban in the past.
The current generation Suburban debuted at the end of 2019 and went on sale as new for the 2021 model year. The wheelbase of the model has grown by 10.41 cm, and the total load capacity has increased by 19 percent. He received a multi-link independent rear suspension. Magnetic system and adaptive Air Ride suspension provide an even smoother ride. Inside, buyers can specify up to five digital displays.
The 2021 Suburban is available with 5.3- and 6.2-liter V8 engines. Also on offer is a new 3.0-liter inline-six Duramax turbo diesel with 277 hp. (623 Nm). All engines are connected to a 10-speed automatic transmission.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that the GMC Terrain and Chevy Equinox crossovers can be bought with a new engine. For the two mid-size crossovers in the 2022 model year, it will now be possible to opt for the 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder. The price of this engine is still unknown.
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