If there is a big difference between Ford Expedition and Chevrolet Tahoe, apart from the shadow that Blue Oval threw on the Golden Bowtie, that would be the rear suspension. Both SUVs meet SUV family lovers, but the Expedition has a multi-channel suspension on the back, while Tahoe holds a solid-state faith.
However, the report of Auto and Driver states that the SUV will eventually have an independent tailgate system that will completely release the axle from its line. Additionally, Tahoe would eventually have to compensate for his biggest enemy in terms of driving quality and the third space / volume of cargo space.
This supports our previous observations from Tahoe's Spy Photos last year, in which the SUV was seen with the seemingly multi-link rear suspension beneath the heavily camouflaged body. With this on the table, Tahoe is ready to go head to head again with the expedition.
The multi-link rear suspension will use large SUVs in terms of steering, driving comfort and interior space. Without an active axle that is backfired actively, passengers would have a better ride, and not to mention, there would be more places behind their backs due to a new set-up.
The new suspension system comes with GM's T1 platform, which Tahoe will share with other GM products such as Suburban, Cadillac Escalade and GMC Yukon. In addition, the expedition will not only face the challenger returning to Tahoe but Yukon.
Regarding drive circuits, Car and Driver have reported that GM will equip Tahoe with 3.6-liter V6, along with the 5.3 and 6.2-liter V8. Hybrid versions are also speculating that the sets will be connected, while transmission options will be automatic eight or ten speed transmissions.