2022 Chevy Silverado Production Timeframe Revealed42
The upcoming 2022 Chevy Silverado 1500 is poised to introduce a model refresh for the light duty pickup truck with a host of changes and updates. Now, GM Authority has uncovered the 2022 Chevy Silverado production timeframe, including the start of regular production (SORP) for each body configuration.
The 2022 Chevy Silverado 1500 will hit production September 20th, 2021, with Regular Cab and Crew Cab models the first to roll off the line. The 2022 Chevy Silverado Double Cab will follow on September 27th.
The 2022 Chevy Silverado HD will precede the refreshed 2022 Silverado 1500, hitting production on July 12th. Note that the 2022 Silverado HD will be a rolling model year update with only a few small changes and updates compared to the refreshed Light Duty pickup. The Silverado HD is expected to receive a full refresh for the 2023 model year.
|Silverado 1500 Regular Cab||September 20, 2021|
|Silverado 1500 Double Cab||September 27, 2021|
|Silverado 1500 Crew Cab||September 20, 2021|
|Silverado HD||July 12, 2021|
Also note that these dates are subject to change, especially with the ongoing microchip shortage still affecting auto production around the world.
The refreshed 2022 Chevy Silverado 1500 is slated to introduce a vast array of changes for the Light Duty pickup, including a new front and rear fascia, new wheel designs, and new exterior colors, as well as an all-new cockpit with an overhauled dash, center stack, and center console. The refreshed Silverado 1500 will also feature a new gauge cluster with the option for a fully digital display, the removal of the column shifter, and the introduction of new tech features, most notably GM’s Super Cruise driving system as an optional extra for the High Country trim level, which will enable the Silverado to tow semi-autonomously. The refresh will also introduce the new ZR2 trim level.
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You might have stated in the article where the final assembly point would be for all models!?
1500’s are assembled at Ft Wayne Indiana, and Silao Mexico. The HD’s are coming from Flint MI, and starting late 2021 Oshawa Canada will add HD production capacity.
When will the 2022 Chevy suburban start production any one no???? When can I order one??
October 2021 Oshawa goes online.
When does the 3500 drw come out
The Author needs to get his years on SORP straight 1st. Says SORP for the 2022 will be September 2020??????
On your trucks do you still need a key to start the truck? and is the dash bored the same?
It’s great to see the refreshed 1500’s will show up this year, only a couple months later than originally planned. This launch is critical for GM, it will be all hands on deck to make sure it goes smoothly.
They still have a lot of 2021 Models that they will have to do away with as well due to the microchips that they did not receive , hopefully gm will boost major incentives just to get those trucks out of their inventory in order to make room in time for the upcoming 2022 models, to me it would make sense for them to do so due to how long most customers had to wait just to try and get a truck.
Hahahahaha, Dealers have like no trucks on the ground and much of what they have on order is already sold. Yet still GM is offering. $4000 rebate. Increasing incentives on 2021s. Hahahahaha, NOt gonna happen.
Locally dealers don’t a single dually on the lot, and the 5 they are getting the rest of the year are ALL sold.
These trucks have yet to be built. They will. Hold out the parts till sept and lead into truck month like they normally do and discount them while keeping the price up on the 22.
So they roll off the line in 3 1/2 months and still don’t know what they’ll look like. At this point they might as well wait for them to hit the dealer lots and let us just go see for ourselves.
gm did give us a fully exposed picture of the Sierra’s Front-end back in April if I remember correctly, but they made the picture blurry so that all of the details couldn’t be 100 clearly visual, the Fog Lights are now placed back on to the bumpers like the HD version and the LED’s are extended a bit like that of the GMC Terrain, it doesn’t appear that it will look dramatically different from the current model, not until 2024 at least.
They have plenty of time to get rid of the 2021’s, if 2022 production starts in September we will not see them at dealerships until late October at the earliest, Production takes some time to get going and ramp up.
Makes sense. They probably want to off load as many 2021 models before showing the updated interior of the 2022 model. I feel once they release the pictures everyone will be waiting for 2022 models.
Dealers have a lot of their on order and customer orders already sold at MSRP so gm will make the dealers happy.
When you say reg cab do you mean reg cab short bed or reg cab long bed? They need to bring back the reg cab short bed.
I’m sure you already know the answer to that question, gm more than likely won’t bring the Regular Cab-short Bed back for the refreshed version of this truck, it’s 2024 that we will have to pay attention to.
unfortunately s/b is not going to happen as well as nothing above w/t trim in a lb,dreaming of the day a stepbox returns in any fashion.
Agreed. 90% of 4dr. P/Us I see daily have 1 occupant, the driver. Us 2 person G.M. loyalists love our easy to park, dependable Sierras and Silvis. Possibly a special order option. And a 6.2 option? Please G.M. a reg. cab s/box!
I need a column shifter, not some silly little fiddly knob.
They’ll be push/pull buttons like the current suburban/tahoe lineup
Right,I drive with my left,rest my right on the shifter so it is close to the wheel in case an idiot pulls a stupid move.
Oh boy! Some more vehicles that GM can’t make enough to fulfill demand.
Well, the good thing is that they are selling for the most part.
Don’t you have to have chips to complete the assembly of a vehicle? Or is this a Heathkit?
When will we see pictures of interior?
And the outside. All I remember seeing last month was an artist rendering which may or may not be the actual truck?
Is GM going to humor us by showing us a few pictures before releasing them or do we just buy it sight unseen?
I hope I am wrong but I fear with the Chip Shortages the updated Silverado will be pushed back.
GM would need to sell the ones that they currently have built out and cannot sell first I would assume.
So just release it already.
Is it safe to assume the GMC Sierra 1500 will be on the same timeline?
Sure will they run down the same lines.
Nobody noticed that they said they would start production in 2020
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I was just told by my dealer that they can take orders now for HDs … IIIFFFFF you want one WITHOUT any safety features at all! Looks like there is a chip issue. Normally HC are the first off the line.