The new generation of the full-size SUV will debut when the situation with the COVID-19 virus calms down. Piece by piece about the 2021 Chevrolet Suburban is being unveiled, and the latest stories are showing the RST version. We could see this coming since the carmaker showed the same package for the smaller Tahoe SUV. Although without camo, the Suburban RST is not unveiling everything.
The new generation of the SUV is larger than the previous one. We will see how it is going to affect the driving impression. Well, this is not the only upgrade that will change the feeling. Also, Suburban is coming with the IRS system, while the diesel engine is probably becoming part of the lineup. The RST package will make another switch drivers will need time to get used to it.
2021 Chevrolet Suburban RST – What We Know So Far?
The RST is available for the Silverado truck. However, the SUV lineup will get unique upgrades, at least according to what we saw on spy photos. The blacked-out nose is the first thing you will notice. The company calls this paintjob – the Black Ice. It is exclusive for this trim. Also, the package comes with 22-inch wheels and special rims and spokes.
The 2021 Chevrolet Suburban RST will also carry the same upgrades the standard model is introducing for the new generation. The SUV is longer, but the wheelbase gets a larger extension. Independent rear suspension replaces the solid axle. Magnetic ride control systems and adaptive suspension also upgrade an overall ride impression.
Specs and Price
The 2021 Chevrolet Suburban RST model will get the power from a 5.3-liter V8 engine. A 6.2-liter option is still questionable for this package, as well as diesel. A smaller displacement can produce 355 hp and 385 lb-ft of torque. A ten-speed automatic transmission is a power router. The base price for the RST model will be $61,000 without upgrades. For example, a 4WD will cost $3,000.