2020 Silverado HD Regular Cab Dually: Real World Photo Gallery24
We’ve seen a lot of Chevrolet’s all-new 2020 Silverado HD pickup, but what we haven’t seen yet is the Regular Cab dually (Dual Rear Wheel) version. So when we managed to see the new Silverado work horse undergoing final validation testing in Michigan, we made sure to capture it.
The 2020 Silverado HD Regular Cab Dually seen here appears to be coated in black (color code GBA) and equipped in the mid-range LT trim level.
As evidenced by the Duramax badging and the unique exhaust tip, this particular 2020 Silverado HD Regular Cab is powered by the optional 6.6L V-8 L5P Duramax turbo-diesel engine mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission developed by GM and branded as an Allison. The powertrain is rated at 445 horses and 910 pound-feet of torque.
Meanwhile, the standard engine in the 2020 Silverado HD is GM’s all-new 6.6L V8 L8T gasoline motor. Based on GM’s fifth-generation Small Block overhead valve engine architecture, the L8T features Direct Injection and Variable Valve Timing, and makes 401 horsepower and 464 pound-feet of torque. The atmospheric eight-banger is mated to GM’s 6-speed heavy-duty automatic transmission (RPO code MYD).
The front end of the model seen here is specific to the LT trim level, with a unique grille featuring chrome-trimmed vertical grille elements and a bright grille bar with the flow-through “CHEVROLET” name. Single rear wheel 2500HD models feature 17-inch aluminum wheels, 3500HD SRW models feature 18-inch aluminum wheels while 3500HD DRW models feature 17-inch steel wheels.
Also worth noting is the new BedStep at the foremost part of the bed. The BedStep is standard on all 2020 Silverado HD models equipped with the bed at the factory.
Enjoy the photos of this 2020 Silverado HD Regular Cab Dually for yourself, and be sure to subscribe to GM Authority for the latest Silverado news, Chevrolet news, and around-the-clock GM news coverage.
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I really like the look of this truck now. I was taken back by the first photos that were released but now I really love the look. Especially after seeing it in person and having an opportunity to sit in it and see it from up close.
What I really like seeing here is the LT trim in regular cab. Isn’t the 1500 truck regular cab only offered in WT trim?
Both engine options will be the best in class. Duramax never disappoints and the new 6.6L gasser will be a beast I think.
I don’t think a good looking dually is possible
You’re right. Dually is kind of awkward looking but Chevy manages to make the whole package look a bit better than others.
In this case I was talking about the truck in general. I really started to like the look of it.
Even a RAM Regular Cab Dually to me doesn’t look as good as a Crew Cab version.
What about that ram 3500dually, extra large mega cab with short bed XD
Not sure what it is, but that is one big ugly!
Still like the GMC better but this truck does look a LOT better in “real life”
Those tail lights look like Silverado design in a Sierra stamping, don’t you think
I just caught that, didn’t think about it until you mentioned it and the latest news is that the Silverado HD will also be equipped with the Multi-Pro Tailgate, seems as though they just can’t get away from copying off of one another.
it looks like it has an under bite
Is it just me, or does the side profile picture look like the cab is sloping down and about
ready to separate itself from the bed?
Looks great , love to have one , but to bad most people I know cannot afford one . But maybe in 10 year’s I can get a 2020 !!!!
2018 2500hd with gas engines can be gotten brand new at dealerships for 35000 or under if your good at negotiating. The new gas engine isn’t radically more complicated, the 6 speed is largely the same and the new silveradoss are more economical to make, expect the same price or only slightly higher by 2021
Technically this truck and driver are breaking the law. In Michigan, vehicles over 10,000 lb Rated GVW that are commercial, must display company name and DOT number on both sides of vehicle. Last I knew, GM was a commercial operation and M plates are for business use only. I highly doubt GM reduced the 2020 dually GVW 3000lb from current version. Our trucks and drivers are not exempt from commercial driving laws so I don’t see why GM thinks they are.
This vehicle isn’t for commercial use however. It is a mule and will never see a customer for a given service.
You are wrong. In Michigan, if the plate is registered to a company, it is commercial. A mule or other pre production vehicle is not an exception. The only exception to the commercial identification requirement above 10,000lb GVW/GCWR is if it were being used for personal recreational use, and that would be illegal for a manufacturer’s plate as shown in photos. GM’s competitors don’t seem to have an issue properly identifying their preproduction commercial vehicles. We work with several State’s DOTs and the FMCSA and know a little about commerical vehicle laws.
If GM cannot understand and follow commercial vehicle laws, then they obviously don’t understand their customer base. Just another reason GM is losing ground in commercial truck fleet sales.
though technically, your wrong as even commercial vehicles under 8000lbs empty are not required special plates. While the truck is owned by a business, “commercial” vehicles under Michigan motor code is defined as a vehicles that accomplish a defined set of needs, such as people transportation or product transportation and owned by a business. You could park a tractor trailer on you lot full of stuff and as long as it isn’t used for transportation and just as a storage container your are following code. Michigan code doesn’t require test mules to have license.
Worst looking truck on the road, and Im a chevy guy. Ford already did the low headlight bit and it was ugly too. So disappointed in GM, they must have hired back the designers of the old cat eye look front ends. Thought they learned from their mistakes, and then they throw up garbage like this. Hard to be loyal, guess I’ll hang on to my older year model until they correct this big mistake.
Wow – that is one strange looking front end. I guess that the designers do not like folks who drive low cars. My Miata at night is a tough drive – lights in your eyes from all of the SUVs and Pick ’em ups. and yes – I do own and regularly drive a 2008 Silverado. Thank goodness I do not drive behind myself!
Chevys new 2020 HD pickups front ends are ugly ugly ugly. What a disaster. I am a life long Chevy Truck diehard. Currently I own a 2016 Chevy 3500HD Crew Cab Duramax which I think is a beautiful designed pickup and has a great looking front end. You won’t catch me dead in the new redesigned 2020 Silverado HD pickups. Very Sad to say the Ford and Ram HD pickups look much much better, and it kills me to say that.
We’ve waited many years for what most of us die hard bowtie guy’s and gals would of hoped for a new and awesome styling on the new Silverado 2500HD and 3500HD pickups. It’s sad to say that with all the computer cads and creative designers that this is the best that they could come up with. Truly a disappointment with the front fascia, although the regular cab finally has been stretched longer which there again we’ve been waiting decades for a regular cab enlargement. The mid 1990’s design on the k2500 and K3500 always looked very classy and sleek. The 2020 not so much. After 38 plus years of loving the Silverado trucks I’m so disappointed in the lazy and non-creative efforts that was put into such a wonderful well loved pickup.
Your right on point with this, in my opinion, the “Real World ” photo clearly demonstrates that trying to incorporate the design of the Last Generation Colorado into this Silverado HD Platform was a totally miscalculated setback, you do a side by side comparison of the 2019 HD to it’s upcoming replacement and all you can ask is..WTF happened?? The designer needs to be smacked hard or have a reduction in his pay if they won’t make him update his Resume to seek employment opportunities elsewhere.