Chevy announced on Monday that both the Class 4 and Class 5 trucks in chassis cab form will make their debut at the 2018 Work Truck Show in Indianapolis, Indiana, on March 6. The brand was light on details, but we know both trucks were developed alongside Navistar and they will feature Duramax diesel engines—likely the 6.6-liter L5P V8 engine—and Allison transmissions.
From the sole teaser image provided, we can certainly see the 2019 Silverado influence in design. The front end looks sharp rigid, and we can also see some massive tires.
Chevrolet first announced plans to produce the flagship medium-duty trucks in 2015, stating that the partnership would combine Navistar’s “expertise in rolling chassis configurations and manufacturing capabilities” with GM commercial components and engines.
A few weeks ago, GM Authority brought you exclusive spy shots of the upcoming Chevy Medium Duty Trucks and the teaser image seen here appears to of the same vehicle, albeit with a front end specific to Chevrolet.