When the current Chevrolet Silverado debuted in the summer of 2013, the design could be described as a smidge underwhelming. That’s not to say it’s a bad looking truck, but it seems there’s more to be done with the evolutionary looks.
Chevrolet is readying a refresh for the light-duty pickup and, according to Automotive News, dealers have already seen the truck completely uncovered. The dealer meeting took place in Las Vegas, Nevada last week where dealers from across the country attended to catch a glimpse into the bowtie brand’s future.
According to three sources who attended the meeting, the truck is expected to go on sale by the end of 2015 with refreshed styling. A Chevrolet spokesperson echoed the news saying, “Chevy is planning updates for the Silverado for 2016.” Whether the updates remain exclusive to the exterior design is unknown.
We do know Chevrolet and GMC have been heavily testing new HD models, rumored to featured beefed up Duramax diesel power, but have only caught a glimpse of the 2016 Silverado 1500 once.
From what we can gather from the set of spy shots of the 2016 Silverado, the truck will gain a larger front grille, revised headlights and taillights and a splash of LEDs may be part of the refreshed design.