Callaway Performance is a well-known purveyor of supercharged upgrade kits for the Chevy Corvette and Camaro, but the Connecticut-based tuning company also has programs for General Motors trucks and SUVs like the Chevy Tahoe and Chevy Silverado.
Callaway recently announced a new tuning program for the T1 platform Chevy Silverado that it is calling the SportTruck. In a post on its Instagram page, the company said the new SportTruck will launch as a “Signature Edition” which will be limited to just 100 units, with reservations open now.
Callaway did not say if the SportTruck will be based around 6.2L L87 V8 powered Silverados, or the less powerful 5.3L L84 V8 model. All will feature an Eaton TVS R2650 supercharger, however, which will be flanked by a set of matte carbon fiber valve covers. Other upgrades include a carbon fiber grille bar, a cat-back stainless steel exhaust system and available wheel, tire and suspension packages.
Inside, the Chevy Silverado-based Callaway SportTruck will feature an Alcantara-covered steering wheel airbag/horn cover, hard-anodized aluminum door sill panels, billet sport pedal covers and a signature-build placard.
More details on the Callaway SportTruck will be released in the near future as its official launch approaches. The tuning company is already taking reservations for the upcoming supercharged pickup and is encouraging interested parties to reach out to it at [email protected] or 866-927-9400 to reserve their production build slot.
It’s worth pointing out that Callaway-built vehicles do not void the factory GM warranty and can be ordered from and serviced at GM dealerships. They also come with their own separate three-year, 36,000-mile warranty for all Callaway-installed parts and an optional five-year, 50,000-mile warranty. This gives customers the performance of a tuner pickup truck without having to worry about voided warranties, reliability problems or servicing convenience.