2019 Chevy Silverado 1500 To Offer A Total Of Eight Models29
Buried in Chevrolet’s announcement of the all-new 2019 Silverado was a small yet important detail: there will be a total of eight Silverado models for the 2019 model year.
One of the eight is the 2019 Silverado Trailboss (or LT Trailboss, by other name). Though the other seven are presently unknown, here are some possibilities:
- High Country
- High Desert
- Cheyenne (as we opined previously)
- Red Line Edition or Rally Edition
- Midnight Edition
- Trim levels such as Custom, Work Truck, LS, LT and LTZ
Whether a high-performance off-road Sivlerado ZR2 model is part of the plan is presently unknown, though we don’t believe we’ll see it for the 2019 model year, since such model variants typically arrive some time after the launch of the core model range.
We expect to find out much about the 2019 Chevy Silverado and its various model variants shortly, so stay tuned to GM Authority as we learn more about the new Silverado and follow our Chevy Silverado news coverage.
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Cant wait to see these hopefully better then the Trail boss. Are they suppose to debut in Detroit Alex?
Hopefully GM will offer a manual transmission in these trucks! I’m sick of not being able to get a Chevy or GMC truck with a manual transmission!
Agreed. Any driver can get better mileage with a stick than the flimsy AFM. But it’ll never happen, the average pickup driver cares more about the size of the cup holder for his slurpee.
Not going to happen. Dealers don’t want them as so few customers can even drive a stick anymore and they just sat unsold on the lot even when you could still get one.
Front has an unmistakable Silverado / Clint Eastwood squint, which is good, headlights not too big. Also good they still didn’t copy the Ram grille.
Actually hard to say what the new Ram grill will look like on their 2019. I think it will be more alike than before which is sad as I always like the former Ram grill.
Doesn’t matter how many models they have, they”ll still have crappy paint and weak transmissions!
I agree with the paint! Ford beats everyone in this category when it comes to Exterior and Interior selection. For 2018, Ford is offering 13 Exterior Colors on F150 to GM’s 8 on Silverado. They don’t even give GMC 3-4 for their own color pallete!
I think Ram may beat them both as far as color selections.
Yeah, I think this Chevy is much better than the current model (hope the interior is improved – including rear AC) but for my money I’d buy the Ford too.
And this is coming from someone who drives a Silverado LTZ (2014 w/ 20k miles) 4×4 Crew Cab (with no rear AC) company truck. It’s nice enough but then I drive my brother in laws F-150 and find the Ford better in so many ways…especially transmission, steering wheel position and overall interior quality.
Still, this new Chevy is promising!
Rear vents why do people keep getting mad at This? I’ve owned trucks Chevy trucks before and I never thought this truck needs rear vents! Maybe because I will never ride in the back seat
It’s not all about you! I like to know my kids are cool / warm enough in the back…especially when the manufacturer has priced these trucks at $50,000+ and all the other competitors have rear A/C. Not to mention that GM had this feature before – my 2002 Silverado Extended Cab had it.
Several selfish people don’t care about comfort of those in rear eh. What you gonna say when you see GM will listen to discerning and objective customers and offer rear ac like they used to before? And like competition!
Watch and see!
I don’t buy cars or trucks for other people!
Good thing GM does now take other people into consideration as you’ll find new 2019 Silverado has rear AC just like previous generation.
That’s all I have to say to you as you’re clearly immature!
I don’t mind if they have it I just don’t lose my mind if they don’t!
Then practice the same as it relates to GM not having the 6.2 V8 in regular cab.
Agree with you on not losing ones mind over any of this.
All you have to do is get the 6-speed Allison and problem solved.
The pictures don’t do it justice if you go to the link below and watch the unveil the truck actually looks much much better in real life. And I’m sure the high country without the 2″ lift will look completely different then this. I’m thinking maybe even a different front bumper
Where do some people come up with some of the comments they make about the GM trucks? This is looking to be the best truck ever built!
I would like to know what GM official reason they will not offer or allow a special order a regular cab short box 2wd/4wd with a 6.2.
Can someone please answer this question
Likely the same reason they currently do not offer rear AC?
Really you think rear ac is more import then a 6.2 in a regular cab truck?
lol…I don’t think he’ll get it, Brian.
I see these other car companies focusing on things that don’t really matter, but people act like it’s really important!
One or two things really,
1. Engineering obstacles
This is GM. Little they do makes sense to us. But somewhere behind the scenes it is saving them money or making the Cafe look better which also saves them money. It’s all about what can be saved
Agree with you. However that short term outlook is often “penny wise and pound foolish!”
Again – I think this new truck is headed in right direction. So far I’m liking it …and looking forward to interior photos.
Why do people put so much focus into the interior of a truck? If the truck itself is junk but it has a nice interior people rave about it. I never understood why?