General Motors’ next-generation pickup trucks are beginning to come into focus with each new set of spy shots. Now, we see the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado and 2019 GMC Sierra are wearing less camouflage than ever.
Specifically, we get a peek of each trucks’ headlights for the first time, and it’s easy to tell which is a GMC and a Chevrolet. The 2019 GMC Sierra features an angular LED strip in the design, while the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado houses jewel-like headlights from what we’re able to see. With less camouflage covering the trucks, it’s clear these are production ready design elements.
Both trucks were spied alongside a Ford F-150 Platinum, indicating the two prototypes here are range-topping variants, or at least close to it.
Information surrounding the two pickups is still scarce. We know the 2019 Sierra and 2019 Silverado won’t feature an aluminum bed, though the material may be incorporated elsewhere. Delphi’s dynamic skip fire technology may also make its debut on the next-generation pickups, which would make for incredible efficiency gains over the current trucks. We expect to see the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado and 2019 GMC Sierra revealed sometime in 2018 before going on sale for the 2019 model year.
Spy shots: Trucks.com