The Chevrolet Silverado pickup got a major redesign for the 2020 model year, which meant the Suburban and Tahoe were due for an update too — and the full-size SUVs now have an all-new design for 2021. The exterior takes its styling cues from the Silverado, and the Suburban and Tahoe both share the instantly recognizable family face. There are some subtle cues depending on the trim level, with the Tahoe Z71 differentiating itself with black accents and monochrome body-color cladding. The biggest news is an independent rear suspension that will boast dramatically better driving dynamics compared to the previous generation, coupled with a dynamic air suspension system that can raise or lower ride height up to four inches depending on a variety of factors like road surface and speed. The pair of trucks are even bigger than the outgoing models, with an almost five-inch wheelbase increase. Engines will include a 430 horsepower 6.2-liter V8 and a 3-liter Duramax diesel. The Tahoe and Suburban will hit showrooms in mid-2020.