New Electronic Limited-slip Differential 2022 Chevrolet Suburban and Tahoe Will Soon Usher in Upgrades

September 18, Beijing time, according to foreign media reports, the 2022 Chevrolet Suburban and Tahoe are about to usher in a major upgrade, adding an electronic limited-slip differential and other off-road features, and providing three new color schemes for consumers to choose from.

Facts about Suburban and Tahoe

In fact, the Suburban and Tahoe 2021 models have just been redesigned, introducing a series of upgrades and improvements, including new platforms, improved driving dynamics, more radical styling, and more high-tech interiors, while the 2022 models can It is really pleasantly surprised to be updated again.

It is understood that the 2022 models will add a set of off-road function packages, specifically including an electronic limited-slip differential, electromagnetic damping suspension, and air adaptive suspension. The electronic limited-slip differential uses sensors to monitor driver input, and by optimizing the torque distribution between the left and right rear wheels, it improves the traction and stability of the vehicle when driving on complex terrain. This off-road function kit requires a Max trailer kit and Luxury kit, but it is included in the Z71 off-road kit. However, there is currently no pricing information for this kit.

In addition, the 2022 Chevrolet Suburban and Tahoe will also offer three new paint colors to choose from: metallic brown, metallic dark black, and metallic gray-green. These three new paint colors will replace the previous metallic shade gray and metallic gray.

Three Engine Option Car

In terms of power configuration, the new car offers three engine options, namely a 3.0-liter inline-6 ​​turbo diesel engine with a rated power of 277 hp and a torque of 460 lb-ft; a 5.3-liter V8 engine with a rated power of 355 hp and a torque of 383 lb-ft, as well as the previous top configuration The naturally aspirated 6.2-liter V8 engine retained by the model High Country. The latter will be used in RST, Z71, and Premier facelifts, with a 10-speed automatic transmission, allowing the 2021 Suburban and Tahoe High Country to achieve a maximum output of 420hp and a peak torque of 460 lb-ft.

In terms of interior, the new 12-inch digital driver information center will be the standard configuration of LT, RST, Z71, Premier, and High Country 2022 models, but the entry-level LS facelift will still be equipped with a standard 4.2-inch central control screen. The industry predicts that this new standard configuration will increase the price of 2022 models of LT, RST, Z71, Premier, and High Country.

For reference, the 2021 Suburban LT starts at US$58,020, while the 2021 Tahoe LT’s suggested retail price is US$55,320. Chevrolet & Melbourne Chuaffeur plans to officially launch these two models in the next few weeks. (End of the World)

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