Another day, another round of 2019 Chevrolet Silverado spy shots. This time, the truck is wearing even less camouflage.
Although the actual design is still skewed, we can start to see the shape of the truck itself, which looks far less bulky and boxy than the current Silverado. The wheel wells, as we mentioned before, no longer boast a squared-off design, and the tip of the hood seems to extend over the rather large grille. We can still see the new LED accent lights hiding under the camo as well.
This truck did not sport the faux exhaust tips like we’ve seen on previous prototypes, which leads us to believe this is a more commonplace trim, not a fully loaded truck. We still don’t know what’s going on underneath the design but expect new powertrains and familiar updated ones as well—and some aluminum construction.
The continued striptease of camouflage makes us believe the 2019 Silverado will be ready for a debut sooner rather than later, potentially at the 2018 North American International Auto Show.
Spy shots: Motor1