2021 Chevy Tahoe: Making The Best Better

December 28th, 2020 by

Putting Technology Front And Center
Visit Spitzer Chevrolet Lordstown in North Jackson to see how the all-new 2021 Tahoe puts everything you need exactly where you need it. Like the available class-leading 15-inch Head-Up Display that projects directions, safety alerts, incoming calls, and more onto the windshield so you never have to take your eyes off the road.

Leading The Pack In Connectivity
The 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe infotainment system leads all major competitors in connectivity and entertainment. The large 10.2-inch-diagonal touch screen comes standard on every model of the Tahoe, and is the centerpiece of five available connected and configurable screens in this top-of-the-line full-size SUV. A 4.2-inch-diagonal color Driver Information Center comes standard on the LS, LT, and RST models, while the Premier and High Country come with an 8-inch-diagonal multicolor Driver Display. The 15-inch diagonal multicolor Head-Up Display is also standard on the High Country trim (optional on the Premier model).

Keeping The Crew Connected
The Rear-Seat Media system, not available in the previous generation Tahoe, is the most advanced and capable of its kind among full-size SUVs. You get two 12.6-inch rear-seat-mounted screens positioned for optimal viewing by both second- and third-row seat passengers. These displays are each capable of displaying their own content, making it perfect for long road-trips!

Both rear monitors also have the capability to share content with each other or mirror content from an Android phone. This allows you to send navigation maps, points of interest, restaurant suggestions, and more with the central infotainment screen in the front of the vehicle.

To keep all your smartphones connected, the Tahoe features a standard built-in Wi-Fi® Hotspot with available 4G LTE data on all trims. You also get Apple CarPlay® and Android™Auto capability, multiple USB charging ports, and (on all models except the LS) a wireless charging station with charger cooling.

Security For The Future
Tahoe technology offers up to a class-leading nine camera views to keep you and your passengers safe on the road. These cameras (working with sensors and monitors) help the Tahoe’s safety and driver assistance features keep you in control on the road.

All Tahoes include five standard safety features to help you see and react to what’s ahead, behind, and beside you:

Automatic Emergency Braking, Forward Collision Alert,
Front Pedestrian Braking,
Following Distance Indicator, and
Intellibeam® Auto High Beams.
The Tahoe offers plenty of available safety features as well. These include: Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning, Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, Lane Change Alert with Side Blind Zone Alert, and HD Surround Vision. There’s also Adaptive Cruise Control—that not only keeps you moving at a steady speed, but helps you maintain a driver-selected distance between you and the vehicle in front of you.

The High Country includes the innovative Safety Alert Seat. This feature uses seat vibration pulses to help you identify the direction of a potential collision and react accordingly (feature not available on other trims).

Chevrolet also makes the OnStar® Safety & Security system available on every Tahoe model. In the unfortunate event of a crash, car trouble, or auto theft, you’ve got professional backup at the tips of your fingers or the sound of your voice.

Test Drive The 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe
Be sure and stop by Spitzer Chevrolet Lordstown to see the new safety and technology features built into the 2021 Tahoe. From class-leading infotainment options and safety features that leave you feeling confident to the expansive interior and cargo space, it’s everything you’ve come to expect and love from Chevrolet vehicles.

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