When setting about revamping both Chevrolet’s and GMC’s midsize trucks for the 2015 model year, General Motors kept one very important, guiding piece of information in-mind – that the midsize truck is just as much a lifestyle vehicle as it is a work-oriented utility.
Perhaps that explains why Chevrolet has come out with such an immense breadth of accessories, both functional and cosmetic, to enable customers to tailor their own trucks to their exact wants and needs. The video below from Chevrolet Performance highlights some of the optional add-on gear available, starting with the new Chevrolet GearOn line of extras. That includes: pickup box crossrails, bed dividers, utility racks, a drop-in bedliner, tonneau cover, aluminum toolbox, etc. The GearOn cargo management system was intended to be infinitely configurable, and a direct competitor to Ford’s new BoxLink system for the F-150.
A number of exterior items are also cited in the video, such as a chrome appearance package, exhaust tip, and a choice of either rectangular assist steps, or “offroad-style” rocker steps and wheel locks. All of these items are available for purchase and installation through Chevrolet dealers, and are tested and warrantied to be as durable as the truck itself.