A heavily camouflaged 2019 Chevrolet Silverado prototype was spied after being caught in traffic and the photos appear to show a mid-level crew cab variant of the truck.
Judging by the wheels and overall trim components on display, it doesn’t match the blingy prototypes we’ve spotted with larger wheels and other niceties, including the hexagonal tailpipes. This truck features a regular tailpipe sticking out of the rear bumper. It also seems to be a gasoline-powered prototype.
With more spy shots arriving of the next-generation 2019 Chevrolet Silverado, it’s still difficult to spot any real updates to the truck. Heavy camouflage continues to obscure most of the design, though recent shots did show off its new headlights for the first time. The units mimicked a jewel-like look, while the 2019 GMC Sierra sported more angular daytime LED accents.
What we do know is the 2019 Silverado will soldier on with steel-bed construction, but aluminum may be incorporated elsewhere. It’s also quite possible both the 2019 Silverado and 2019 Sierra will arrive with Delphi’s dynamic skip-fire technology, which could improve fuel efficiency by a substantial figure.
Spy shots: Pickuptrucks.com