The two wheel options are the 22-inch 6-spoke Midnight Silver machine-faced aluminum wheels with Chrome inserts, tagged with RPO code SEW, and the 22-inch Multi-spoke Gloss Black wheels, tagged with RPO code SGM. Both wheel options are classified as LPO-level accessories, which means they are shipped directly to the dealer for installation, rather than installed at the factory at the time of the vehicle’s production. Prior to the wheels’ installation, the vehicle in question arrives at the dealer on a set of temporary 22-inch steel wheels.
It is believed the two wheel options were previously unavailable to order due to constraints in the supply chain. As GM Authority exclusively reported, all LPO-level 22-inch GM wheels were formerly unavailable to order, with the wheels in question sitting in tall stacks of shipping containers in the Port of Los Angeles waiting the clear customs.
While the two 22-inch wheel options specified above are once again available to order, there are further 22-inch wheel options no longer available to order for the remainder of the 2021 model year. These include the 22-inch Multi-spoke Chrome wheels, tagged with RPO code SF2, and the 22-inch 6-spoke Low Gloss Black Wheels with Machined Accents, tagged with RPO code SEV. Both of these wheels were previously offered as LPO-level items as well.
To note, both the 2021 Chevy Tahoe and 2021 Chevy Suburban introduce all-new generations for their respective nameplates, offering brand-new styling, revised interiors, the latest tech features, and a new independent multilink rear suspension.