Like before, it’s difficult to state what’s actually hiding under the bulky camouflage, which still uses pseudo-Ford F-150 elements to try and hide. As always, we can speculate on what’s to come, though.
Previous spy shots lend the next-generation pickups to be more of an evolution than revolution in the design department. Interior shots have shown a pretty similar center stack setup to the current trucks, though an all-digital gauge cluster may be hiding. Instead, the major improvements will be under the skin.
We can expect updated powertrains and the inclusion of the GM-Ford co-developed 10-speed automatic to make its debut for the 2019 Silverado and Sierra. Additionally, expect aluminum to make up more of the truck, even though Chevrolet is keen to poke fun at Ford’s extensive use of the material.
The trucks may debut as early as next year before going on sale for the 2019 model year, so watch this space as we’ll likely continue to see more from the next-gen, full-size pickup soon.
Spy shots: Motor1