One design element we immediately notice are the rounded-off edges on the center console, giving way to a very fluidic appearance. The second thing we notice in the pre-production interior is that there seems to be an unessecary amount of plastic bordering around the small touch-screen — which judging by the control buttons, is Chevy MyLink ready. If we had to guess, this setup is some sort of base offering, with an larger upgrade available that will utilize the space more efficiently.
On the far side we can make out a new steering wheel for the truck, which the gauge cluster continues the Chevy family look consisting of a pronounced speedometer and tachometer, coupled with a black background and white and ice blue number lighting. On the opposite side there are twin glove boxes, while the center compartment is probably large enough to swallow anything short of a briefcase.
As per usual, the climate controls rest below the infotainment buttons and knobs. And just below that is an attractive row of buttons that configure the truck’s driving behavior with active safety technology such as parking sensors and a lane-keep assist system. What’s more interesting here is that a few of the buttons are totally new, and we’ll have to wait and see what happens there. Unfortunately it seems GM forgot to add a few auxiliary switches to the truck — ones that can be found in Ford trucks.