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  1. The picture that shows 2500 and 3500 both they look better
  2. Zane Merva Executive Editor, GM-Trucks.com 11/1/2016 You might have heard that Chevy and Carhartt have recently teamed up to develop a Concept Silverado HD. If you're at this year's 2016 SEMA show, you'll be able to see this fine piece of work yourself. If you're not one of the lucky enthusiasts that made it to Las Vegas this year, don't sweat it. We've got you covered. This morning I traveled to the Chevrolet Performance booth and took a look at the concept in person. To be perfectly honest, I didn't understand what the big deal with this Concept Silverado was until I gazed at it with my own eyes. The press photos that have been floating around didn't point out the small touches that the brand applied to this concept. In short, the Silverado HD Carhartt is classic, smooth, and a damn fine Chevy. If you get a chance to see the Carhartt Silverado in person in the future, you won't be disappointed. Until then, enjoy these photos from the 2016 SEMA Show. And if you want more info on this Concept Truck, check out the full details right here.
  3. John Goreham Contributing Writer, GM-Trucks.com 9-27-2018 Chevrolet will offer “Exponentially more ways for customers to build their ideal truck.” This according to Chevy Silverado Marketing Manager, Hugh Milne. Emphasizing GM’s full involvement in the accessories it offers, Milne pointed out that the components and systems Chevy offers as options “Are designed, engineered and validated to the same engineering standards as the Silverado itself, and backed by Chevrolet.” GM’s plan is to produced four custom trucks in advance of the annual SEMA show I Las Vegas, which begins late October and runs into the first week of November. The first truck completed and shown this week was the High Country trim. Chevy also plans to offer the LTZ Concept, RST Off-Road, and RST Street. Each of the four concept trucks has unique badging, style elements and its own look. There are, however, four main performance component systems that GM offers across the line on appropriate trims. Those include: - 2” Suspension Lift Including All Necessary Steering and Suspension Tuning - Performance Front and Rear Bake Upgrades - Cold Air Intakes for both the 5.3L and 6.2L V8 engines. - 5.3L Cat-Back Single Side Exit Exhaust, and 5,3L & 6.2L Dual Cat-Back systems Here are the four individual Chevy Silverado 1500 trims Chevy will complete and display this fall: High Country Envisioned as a premium outdoor truck, the accessorized High Country model on display at the State Fair of Texas through Oct. 21 blends high style, functionality and enhanced performance, including the all-new segment-exclusive Power Up-Down tailgate. Chevrolet’s concept vision starts with a two-inch suspension lift and concept bronze exterior accents, including the grille and 22-inch wheels. The following available accessories and performance parts enable customers to replicate the look and functionality of the show vehicle. They include: Chevrolet Performance Two-Inch Suspension Lift (see description below). Six-Piston Brembo® Front Brake Upgrade System with Color-Matched Rear Calipers. 6.2L Cat-Back Dual Exit Exhaust Upgrade System. 6.2L Cold-Air Intake Upgrade System. Chevrolet Accessories Illuminated Gold Bowtie Grille Emblem. Chrome tailgate handle. Chevrolet Performance cold-air intake. Underseat organizer. Center console lockable storage box. Front-row premium all-weather floor liners with Chevrolet script. Rear-seat infotainment system with DVD player. Associated Accessories Embark Power Max Retractable Tonneau Cover by Advantage LTZ Concept This concept highlights the trailering technologies available on the 2019 Silverado 1500 designed to enhance trailering confidence, as well as performance parts for the 5.3L V-8. The Z71-equipped show vehicle also features the following dealer-available accessories and Performance Parts: Chevrolet Performance 5.3L Cold-Air Intake Upgrade System. 5.3L Cat-Back Single Exit Exhaust Upgrade System with Chevrolet Bowtie Logo Tip. Six-Piston Brembo® Front Brake Upgrade System with Color-Matched Rear Calipers. Chevrolet Accessories Trailering Camera Package: a removable accessory camera which when mounted to a trailer can be viewed through the vehicle’s center stack display. 22-inch chrome multi-spoke aluminum wheels. Illuminated Black Bowtie Grille Emblem. Chrome wheel-to-wheel six-inch rectangular assist steps. All-weather floor liners with Z71 badge insert. Underseat organizer. Center console lockable storage box. Rear-seat entertainment system. Associated Accessories Embark Manual Retractable Tonneau Cover by Advantage RST Off-Road The sporty, monochromatic styling of the new Silverado RST trim heads off the highway with this extreme trail-inspired concept in Cajun Red that incorporates a two-inch suspension lift from the factory and a new Off Road Appearance Package offered through dealers. The package features a sport bar, off-road assist steps and a soft, roll-up tonneau cover. The concept also features auxiliary lighting from Baja Designs. The roster of dealer-available accessories and performance parts includes: Chevrolet Performance Two-inch Suspension Lift. 5.3L Cold-Air Intake System. Chevrolet Accessories Soft roll-up tonneau cover with the Chevrolet bowtie logo. Sport Bar Package with the Silverado logo. Sport assist steps. 18-inch off-road wheels in Carbon Flash and off-road tires. Illuminated Black Bowtie Grille Emblem. Silverado Custom emblems in black. Black tailgate lettering. Side-mounted bed storage box. Center console lockage storage box. All-weather floor liners with Z71 badge insert. Associated Accessories 40-inch LED light bar by Baja Designs. Off-road Squadron sport lamps by Baja Designs. Rear underseat lockbox with combination lock by Tuffy Security Products. RST Street With a decidedly aggressive appearance, the RST Street concept exudes attitude. Based on the new RST trim for the 2019 Silverado 1500, the concept’s striking stance is achieved with a concept lowered suspension system and concept body-side graphics, backed up with Chevrolet accessories and performance parts that lend a more authoritative look and sound to the available 5.3L V-8 engine. This concept also shows concept carbon fiber-look parts, including a grille bar, mirror caps, door handles and interior trim. The Chevrolet Accessories and Performance parts available on chevy.com/accessories and at the dealer include: Chevrolet Performance 5.3L Cold-Air Intake System. Six-Piston Brembo® Front Brake Upgrade System with Color-Matched Rear Calipers. Chevrolet Accessories Black Silverado nameplate. 22-inch wheels in high-gloss black. Front and rear molded splash guards. Front-row premium all-weather floor liners with Chevrolet script. Associated Accessories Exhaust tips (two-piece) in carbon fiber by Borla. Cat-back exhaust, 5.3L dual-split rear by Borla. One-piece hard tonneau cover by UnderCover. 200-watt powered subwoofer and 200-watt DSP Amp kit by KICKER.
  4. The Red Accent starts with a Switchblade Silver Metallic convertible Camaro with a Adrenaline Red leather interior. The unique look features red “hash mark” graphics and the now popular black bowtie emblem. The red theme continues under the hood with a red engine cover. 20-inch 5-Spoke Gloss Black wheels with Red Outline Stripe complete the look. Chevy also lowered the car, added a Chevy Parts air intake and Brembo front brakes with six-piston calipers. Inside, Chevy added red knee-area padding, door inserts, mats and a center console cover. The Black Accent Camaro starts out with a red Camaro SS with black rally stripes, a black bowtie and blacked out lighting. The black 20-inch 5 Split Spoke Low Gloss Black Wheels and red Brembo brake calipers compliment the look perfectly. Inside the jet-black materials are offset with red trim. Which would be your choice?
  5. The first ZR2 pickup was produced in 1994 and was available as an option on the compact S-10. It added a beefed up rear axle, wider suspension track, larger BFG All-Terrrain KO tires, and four-wheel drive. Powered by a huge 4.3L V6, the ZR2 was unstoppable off-road. Unfortunately, when the S-10 was shelved in 2003, so was the ZR2. Now, in 2014, it looks like it may return. Introduced last night in Los Angles, the Colorado ZR2 concept is modified extensively from a "stock" Chevrolet Colorado. Most dramatically, the ZR2 is four-inches wider than a factory Colorado. The ZR2 also has a 2-inch lift, unique front and rear fascias, flip out tow hooks, and electronic locking front/rear differentials. Read here to see the official horsepower and torque figures for the 2.8L Duramax Engine The Colorado ZR2 is all about off-road capability and is designed in the spirit of a pre-runner. New front control arms are paired with new shocks that have reserve reservoirs mounted in the front fascia. Approach and departure have been greatly improved over the stock Colorado's 25/21 degree angles. The ZR2 has a 30.7 degree approach angle and a 22.7 degree departure angle. Main features of the Colorado ZR2 Concept Builds on Colorado Z71 as a platform Four inches wider than production Z71 Two-inch lift kit Integrated skid plates 30.7-degree approach / 22.7-degree departure Flip-out aluminum tow hooks Front winch integrated with front fascia Mono-tune coil-over shock absorbers by King Electronic front/rear locking differentials 18-inch aluminum multi-spoke bead-lock rims Custom wheel flares All new grille and headlight housings New front and rear fascia Cyprus Green Exterior Color with Henna Orange accents ZR2 logos on exterior and interior 2.8L Duramax Diesel / 181-hp & 369 lb-ft Chevrolet is giving strong signals that the ZR2 will be produced. See this quote; “Chevrolet has a heritage of the ZR2 representing the ultimate in production-based off-road capability and we’ll gauge the public’s interest in this concept as we continue to explore the possibilities for the all-new Colorado.” As any current or prior ZR2 owner will attest, the idea that the RPO code could make a come back is exciting. Look for more details about the ZR2 in the future, tell Chevrolet you want one, and cross your fingers!
  6. The unique Silverado, shown at this year's SEMA show in Las Vegas, is paired with an all new Polaris ACE, and single passenger UTV. The two have matching graphics packages and are ready for the trail with Chevrolet off-road accessories. The Silverado is equipped with 22-inch Pirelli off-road tires concept fender flares, an off-road Z71 package, and a 6.2L 420-horsepower V8 engine. It also has front nudge bar and custom LED lighting. A custom intake and exhaust system is paired with 16-inch Brembo brakes for a kick up in performance. View attachment: 2014-11-04 11.31.23.jpgView attachment: 2014-11-04 11.31.34.jpg “The Silverado is designed to work hard for its owner, on or off the clock,” said Sandor Piszar, director of Chevrolet truck marketing. “Pairing it with the new Polaris ACE perfectly illustrates how the Silverado easily changes its support role when it’s time to leave the job site for the trail head.” View attachment: 2014-11-04 11.32.14.jpg Here's the press release from Polaris Silverado Polaris ACE+ Concept Ready for the Trail Outdoor recreation-themed concept paired with innovative off-road vehicle LAS VEGAS – The Chevrolet Silverado Polaris ACE+ concept shows that while Chevy’s full-size truck was designed for work, it also works hard to enable recreational interests. The outdoors-themed concept debuts at the SEMA Show this week and is paired with the new Polaris® ACE™ – a revolutionary single-seat, sit-in off-road vehicle launched earlier this year. The concept truck is based on the production 2015 Silverado 1500 crew cab with a 6-foot-6-inch cargo bed and the Z71 Off-Road package. “The Silverado is designed to work hard for its owner, on or off the clock,” said Sandor Piszar, director of Chevrolet truck marketing. “Pairing it with the new Polaris ACE perfectly illustrates how the Silverado easily changes its support role when it’s time to leave the job site for the trail head.” Blending production accessories available through Chevrolet dealers and concept components under evaluation for future production, the Silverado Polaris ACE+ concept conveys the ruggedness of today’s outdoorsmen. Its ready-for-anything stance is driven by large, 33-inch–by-12.5-inch off-road tires mounted on Chevrolet Accessories 22-inch aluminum wheels, while concept fender flares enhance the truck’s broad-shouldered appearance. Additional exterior features include a concept bed-mounted sports bar with custom LED lighting and a concept front nudge bar. The cargo bed also features the available, spray-on bedliner – with the Chevy bowtie logo – that’s offered on all Silverado models for 2015. A black exterior, with blacked-out trim, is accented with graphics coordinated with the Polaris ACE. Inside, the concept truck features leather-trimmed seating and the latest connectivity features offered across the Silverado lineup, including MyLink enhancements with Text Messaging Alerts, Siri Eyes Free and new, available OnStar with 4G LTE and standard built-in Wi-Fi hotspot. It provides a mobile hub for drivers and passengers to stay connected (includes a three-month/three-gigabyte data trial) – a particularly helpful feature out on the trail. Under the hood, the Silverado Polaris ACE+ concept sports the EcoTec3 5.3L V-8, which features direct injection, continuously variable valve timing and Active Fuel Management (cylinder deactivation) to help generate 355 horsepower and 383 lb.-ft. of torque. The engine’s advanced technologies also enable an EPA-estimated 23 mpg on the highway (2WD models), giving Silverado the best V-8 highway efficiency in the segment. Engine performance is enhanced with concept air-induction and exhaust systems, while braking performance is enhanced with a concept Brembo brake package featuring large, 16-inch slotted front rotors matched with six-piston calipers and high-performance brake pads. The concept and performance components don’t alter the capability of the Silverado, which includes a maximum payload capacity of 2,100 pounds for crew cab/6-foot-by-6-inch box configurations with the 5.3L engine and 4WD – and a trailering capacity of 10,800 pounds. When equipped with the available 6.2L engine and Max Trailering Package, the maximum trailering capability for the 2015 Silverado 1500 increases to 12,000 pounds.
  7. The GearOn system is featured throughout the Colorado Sport. The concept is essentially made from accessories available at a local dealer. Chevy has engineered the new 2015 Colorado to be very accessory friendly. This concept highlights and includes; Assist steps Cargo rings Splash guards Tiered storage Bike rack Cargo divider Wheel lip moldings I just shared my first drive thoughts on the 2015 Colorado and Canyon after driving them this week. We'll also be posting live from SEMA in November and will report on everything GM is up to. Look for Chevy and GMC to announce more of these special SEMA Concepts in the next few weeks. “It’s not just mountain bikes, but just about any passion you can name, from kayaking, fishing, dirt bikes and more,” said Tony Johnson, Colorado marketing manager. “It’s a truck for those who need the versatility of a pickup to support their work and lifestyle interests, but don’t need a full-size truck to do it.”
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