The latest Fury Packs upgrade both the styling and performance of the Chevy Silverado 1500, and come in two flavors. The first, Fury Pack 1, includes new 18-inch Method Rims, which are wrapped in all-terrain Goodyear tires sized at 295/65R18. The package also tosses in a two-inch suspension lift, while the V8 engine is upgraded with Walkinshaw Performance’s cat-back sports exhaust system. Final touches include some custom decals, a Shadow Chrome tailgate badge, and a unique Fury build plate.
Then there’s Fury Pack 2, which comes with 20-inch Method Rims and Goodyear all-terrain tires, the latter of which are sized at 285/60R20. Under the front rollers, Pack 2 also adds in big six-piston brakes squeezing 410 mm (16.1-inch rotors), while a two-inch suspension lift and Walkinshaw Performance cat-back exhaust are included as well. A decal kit, Shadow Chrome tailgate badge, and unique build plate once again round it out.
“Chevrolet has put over 100 years of pickup know-how into the Chevrolet Silverado 1500, and now Walkingshaw Performance takes it to a whole new level,” the company states. “Care of Walkinshaw, the 6.2L V8 engine now pumps out an impressive exhaust note, with ride and handling to boot via its two-inch suspension lift. This coupled with rally bred wheel design, you are certain to make your presence be felt on the street.”
Both Fury Pack 1 and Fury Pack 2 are available for Chevrolet Silverado 1500 models equipped with the naturally aspirated 6.2L V8 L87 engine and remanufactured by Holden Special Vehicles. As GM Authority has covered previously, General Motors will retire the Holden brand in Australia, with the new GM Specialty Vehicles brand set to take the role of importing select GM models for the market, including the Chevy Silverado.