As it currently stands, the 2014 Chevrolet Silverado has front fascia that’s similar, but different from that of the 2015 Silverado HD lineup. The biggest difference lies in the fascia trim piece that runs between the headlamp clusters and grille: the one on the 1500 truck features two separate trim pieces — one that wraps the top-level light cluster, and another that wraps the lower-level cluster. The HD truck, meanwhile, unifies the two clusters with a solid piece of trim, giving the fascia a bolder, tougher look — in our opinion.
In noticing this, we’ve put together the above rendering showing how a Silverado 1500 would look like with if it were to put on an HD fascia. If General Motors/Chevrolet were to apply this kind of styling treatment to the Silverado 1500, it would unify the appearance of the brand’s truck lineup, thereby increasing the general awareness and value of the nameplate. Plus, it could also silence those
detractors critics haters who dislike the appearance of the low-duty truck.
So, what do you think? Does the Silverado 1500 look good with the HD nose, and should Chevy unify on a consistent look across the Silverado line? Vote in the poll, and talk to us in the comments section below.