We’ve seen plenty spy shots showing the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado, but each time the truck appeared, it was sporting a dual or crew cab configuration. Now, the regular cab variant has shown its face to the camera’s eye for the first time.
The photos clearly show the two-door Silverado, which also wears slightly less cladding than before. We’re able to see just a little bit of the 2019 Silverado’s bodywork for the first time, notably behind the front doors. It looks like the 2019 Silverado will boast a more chiseled look than the current, boxy pickup.
One major difference we notice: the regular cab does not sport the same LED headlight design the crew and double cab trucks have worn. Instead, traditional headlights are in their place. It’s still difficult to tell what the front of the truck actually looks like, however. Chevrolet is still camouflaging the front grille with Ford-esque cladding as well.
We’ll likely see the 2019 Silverado appear sometime next year, just in time for Chevrolet trucks to celebrate 100 years of its pickups.
Spy shots: Trucks.com