Chevrolet continues to test one of its most important upcoming vehicles: the 2019 Silverado. The full-size pickup is in for an extensive redesign, but the latest spy shots continue to suggest evolution over revolution.
We still see the same angular LED accent lights in the headlights, which at this point remind us of the Ford F-150’s headlight design. The grille also looks toned down for a sleeker appearance and takes a page from the Chevrolet Colorado. The biggest news is right around the wheel wells; the squared-off arches are gone. Instead, rather subtle round arches provide a smidge of flair. Finally, keeping in trend with current design, the mirrors move to the front doors and away from the driver and passenger windows.
It appears this prototype is a mid-range trim level judging by the wheels and lack of dual exhaust tips at the rear. Speaking of the rear, we can’t tell what’s going on yet, but full LED taillights seem like a safe bet. With prototypes shedding more and more camo, we may see the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado sooner rather than later, perhaps at the 2018 North American International Auto Show.
Spy shots: Autoblog