2020 Silverado HD Teased Ahead Of Reveal Next Year16
Chevrolet is working to build momentum with its pickup trucks and issued the first teaser image for the 2020 Silverado HD on Tuesday.
The teaser image and first bits of information come ahead of a planned 2019 reveal and production date, according to Chevy. Without getting into much detail, the brand said the next-generation Silverado HD will focus on the needs of heavy-duty truck buyers. The 2020 Silverado HD will also wear larger proportions and a “bolder” design over the current pickup.
The solo shot of the truck’s front end clues us into a few things. The 2020 Silverado HD will apparently not wear a Chevy bowtie badge at the front. Instead, “Chevrolet” is spelled out across the large grille bar. From what we can tell, the new truck takes the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500‘s fascia design and amps it up a bit with stronger lines. However, it’s a familiar look. The headlights also appear to receive a similar treatment to the 2019 Silverado.
Finally, a massive hood scoop stares us right in the face, likely feeding air to an updated Duramax V8 engine. No official word on the powertrain from Chevrolet, though.
We’ll have plenty of time to chew on the teaser image. The brand said the 2020 Silverado HD will arrive in 2019 and enter production in Q3 of next year at the Flint, Michigan, assembly plant. Additional information will come closer to the pickup’s reveal.
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Just by the pictures it looks amazing
I like that paint color. Wouldn’t be surprised if they offer different trim packages like the new 1500’s, some with bow tie others with lettering across the grill.
With the way that crew cab trucks have become family vehicles in the past decade, the HD’s occupy an ever more important place in the market as work trucks for businesses. Where I work we still have mostly 1500’s for work trucks, but the overall industrial trend has been going to bigger trucks this past decade or so. There is also a big potential here to sell lots of loaded high end models. LTZ and High Country, along with SLT and Denalis are very popular among the big farmers, forestry and lobster fishermen in eastern Canada.
I’m surprised they would give glimpses with such a long lead time but it does look amazing!
The picture above is a little cut out. The full picture shows huge bottom lights and this being a Z71 package.
Looks bold and amazing so far!!
I wouldn’t be surprised if they used multiple front ends on these maybe putting a bow tie on LTZ & High Country trims. And leave the script for the off road/ sport variants
Where can I see the full picture?
I just saw the full picture. From the full picture it looks like the top lights will be the LED DRLs and the large lights on the bottom will be the actual headlights. I can’t wait to see more!
From what I see so far, Count me out!
I cant wait to buy my 2019 2500HD Duramax in red, in July of 2019. 🙂
you out or in
I’m out for the new one. I plan on buying the current generation.
It looks good but on the front page I could have sworn those five ovals spelled “D O D G E” in a styled script.
Maybe they should add one or two more just so that visual trick doesn’t happen.
Maybe I need more coffee.
They say it will take on a look so something like the new version of the 2019 1500’s, I hope they look better and bolder than that.. To me the full size 1500 looks like the it’s brother the small pickup truck they make in the last year of two..Personally don’t like that style, it’s looks too small and should I say a weak look ??
Let’s hope a trail boss version makes the cut. I love my 2017 2500HD Alaskan. The trail boss with a 2″ factory lift would be awesome.
I just purchased a 2018 2500HD Duramax, I traded in a 2015 almost the same truck, the only thing I”m disappointed in is the milage on my new 18 model.. Tough to get it to make 17 mpg, I know I’ve only got 4000 miles on it but my 15 duramax did on or over 20 mpg just about every time I drove it down the interstate at 75 mph or more… I’ll admit this one has a lot more get up and go, but in saying that I suppose it uses more fuel as well ??
wow if the rest is like the picture this truck is a winner,,
Make them affordable and they would sell a ton. Looks great so far.
So far I’m liking what is being displayed here based on what I can make out from it’s appearance at this point. Let’s hope these new TradeTarrifs won’t send that price tag soaring to unprecedented levels.