Here Are The Refreshed 2022 Chevy Silverado 1500 Specs25
The refreshed 2022 Chevy Silverado 1500 set to begin production in early 2022, and now we’ve got all the official specs for the full-size Bow Tie pickup truck straight from General Motors.
Check out the spec sheets below to see the complete technical details about 2022 Chevy Silverado engines, transmissions and chassis, along with exterior and interior dimensions and towing capacities.
|Turbo 2.7L I4||5.3L V8||6.2L V8||Turbodiesel 3.0L I6|
|Bore x Stroke (in / mm)||3.63 x 4.01 / 92.25 x 102||3.78 x 3.62 / 96 x 92||4.06 x 3.62 / 103.25 x 92||3.30 x 3.54 / 84 x 90|
|Block Material||Cast aluminum||Cast aluminum||Cast aluminum||Cast aluminum|
|Cylinder Head Material||Cast aluminum||Cast aluminum||Cast aluminum||Cast aluminum|
|Valvetrain||DOHC, 4 valves per cylinder, VVT||OHV, 2 valves per cylinder, VVT||OHV, 2 valves per cylinder, VVT||DOHC, 4 valves per cylinder|
|Fuel Delivery||Direct high-pressure injection with AFM||Direct high-pressure injection with DFM||Direct high-pressure injection with DFM||High-pressure common rail direct injection|
|Horsepower (hp / kw @ rpm)||310 / 231 @ 5,600 (GM est.)||355 / 265 @ 5,600||420 / 313 @ 5,600||277 / 207 @ 3,750|
|Torque (lb-ft / Nm @ rpm)||420 / 569 @ 3,000 (GM est.)||383 / 519 @ 4,100||460 / 623 @ 4,100||460 / 623 @ 1,500|
|Transmission||Hydra-Matic 8-speed automatic||Hydra-Matic 10-speed automatic||Hydra-Matic 10-speed automatic||Hydra-Matic 10-speed automatic|
|Gear Ratios (:1):||8L90 8-speed||10L80 10-speed||10L80 10-speed||10L80 10-speed|
|Axle Ratio (Max Trailering Package)||-||3.42||3.42||3.23|
|Front Suspension||Independent coil-over-shock with twin-tube shock absorbers; Rancho shocks with Z71 pkg. Two-speed transfer case or AutoTrac automatic transfer case with 4WD, depending on the model. Multimatic DSSV dampers and specific springs with ZR2|
|Rear Suspension||Solid axle with semi-elliptic, variable-rate, two-stage multileaf springs (includes composite second-stage springs on LT models), splayed twin-tube shock absorbers; Rancho shocks with Z71 pkg. Two-speed transfer case or AutoTrac automatic transfer case with 4WD, depending on the model. Multimatic DSSV dampers and specific springs with ZR2|
|Steering Type||Electric power-assisted rack-and-pinion|
|Front Brake Type||Four-wheel disc with electro-hydraulic power assist and ABS; vented rotors|
|Rear Brake Type||Four-wheel disc with electro-hydraulic power assist and ABS; Duralife rotors|
|Front Brake Rotor Size (in / mm)||13 x 1.18 / 330 x 30|
|Rear Brake Rotor Size (in / mm)||13.6 x 0.79 / 345 x 20|
|Wheel Sizes||17-in. x 8-in. steel||Std|
|Wheel Sizes||17-in. x 8-in. aluminum||Opt|
|Wheel Sizes||18-in. x 8.5-in. aluminum||Opt|
|Wheel Sizes||18-in. x 8.5-in. aluminum||ZR2|
|Wheel Sizes||20-in. x 9-in. aluminum||Opt|
|Wheel Sizes||22-in. x 9-in. aluminum||Opt High Country|
|Tire Sizes||P255/70R17 all-season||Std|
|Tire Sizes||P265/70R17 all-season||Opt|
|Tire Sizes||LT265/70R17 all-terrain||Opt|
|Tire Sizes||P265/65R18 all-season or all terrain||Opt|
|Tire Sizes||LT275/65R18 Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac||Opt|
|Tire Sizes||LT275/70R18 Goodyear Wrangler Territory||ZR2|
|Tire Sizes||P275/60R20 all-season or all terrain||Opt|
|Tire Sizes||P275/50R22 all-season||Opt High Country|
|Regular Cab Long Box||Double Cab Standard Box||Crew Cab Short Box||Crew Cab Standard Box|
|Wheelbase (in / mm)||139.5 / 3,545||147.4 / 3,745||147.4 / 3,745||157.0 / 3,987|
|Wheelbase (in / mm)||-||147.5 / 3,747 (Trail Boss)||147.5 / 3,747 (Trail Boss and ZR2)||157.1 / 3,989 (Trail Boss)|
|Overall Length (in / mm)||229.7 / 5,834||231.9 / 5,890||231.9 / 5,890||241.4 / 6,132|
|Overall Length (in / mm)||-||-||232.9 / 5,915 (Trail Boss)||242.4 / 6,157 (Trail Boss)|
|Overall Length (in / mm)||-||-||232.8 / 5,912 (ZR2)||-|
|Overall Width Without Mirrors (in / mm)||81.1 / 2,061||81.2 / 2,063||81.2 / 2,063||81.2 / 2,063|
|Overall Height (in / mm)||75.6 / 1,920 (2WD)||75.6 / 1,920 (2WD)||75.5 / 1,917 (2WD)||75.4 / 1,914 (2WD)|
|Overall Height (in / mm)||75.6 / 1,920 (4WD)||75.6 / 1,921 (4WD)||75.5 / 1,918 (4WD)||75.4 / 1,915 (4WD)|
|Overall Height (in / mm)||-||78.5 / 1,993 (Trail Boss)||78.4 / 1,990 (Trail Boss)||78.2 / 1,987 (Trail Boss)|
|Overall Height (in / mm)||-||-||78.7 / 1,998 (ZR2)||-|
|Regular Cab Long Box||Double Cab Standard Box||Crew Cab Short Box||Crew Cab Short Box Trail Boss and ZR2||Crew Cab Standard Box||Crew Cab Standard Box Trail Boss|
|Front Headroom (in / mm)||43.1 / 1,095||43.0 / 1,093||43.0 / 1,093||43.0 / 1,093||43.0 / 1,093||43.0 / 1,093|
|Rear Headroom (in / mm)||-||39.9 / 1,013||40.1 / 1,019||40.1 / 1,019||40.1 / 1,019||40.1 / 1,019|
|Front Legroom (in / mm)||44.5 / 1,131||44.5 / 1,131||44.5 / 1,131||44.5 / 1,131||44.5 / 1,131||44.5 / 1,131|
|Rear Legroom (in / mm)||-||35.2 / 895||43.4 / 1,102||43.4 / 1,102||43.4 / 1,102||43.4 / 1,102|
|Front Shoulder Room (in / mm)||66.0 / 1,678||66.0 / 1,677||66.0 / 1,677||64.5 / 1,639||66.0 / 1,677||64.5 / 1,639|
|Rear Shoulder Room (in / mm)||-||64.9 / 1,648||65.2 / 1,655||64.0 / 1,626||65.2 / 1,655||64.0 / 1,626|
|Front Hip Room (in / mm)||60.9 / 1,547||61.2 / 1,554||61.2 / 1,554||60.8 / 1,544||61.2 / 1,554||60.8 / 1,544|
|Rear Hip Room (in / mm)||-||60.2 / 1,530||60.2 / 1,530||59.3 / 1,505||60.2 / 1,530||59.3 / 1,505|
|Regular Cab Long Box||Double Cab Standard Box||Crew Cab Short Box||Crew Cab Standard Box|
|Turbo 2.7L I4 2WD (lbs / kg)||9,500 / 4,309||9,200 / 4,173||9,200 / 4,173||9,200 / 4,173|
|Turbo 2.7L I4 4WD (lbs / kg)||9,300 / 4,218||9,000 / 4,082||9,000 / 4,082||8,900 / 4,037|
|5.3L V8 2WD (lbs / kg)||9,900 / 4,491||9,500 / 4,309||9,500 / 4,309||9,400 / 4,264|
|5.3L V8 2WD With Max Trailering Package (lbs / kg)||-||11,200 / 5,080||11,200 / 5,080||11,100 / 5,035|
|5.3L V8 4WD (lbs / kg)||9,700 / 4,400||9,300 / 4,218||9,200 / 4,173||9,200 / 4,173|
|5.3L V8 4WD With Max Trailering Package (lbs / kg)||-||11,000 / 4,990||11,000 / 4,990||10,900 / 4,944|
|6.2L V8 4WD (lbs / kg)||-||9,200 / 4,173||9,100 / 4,128||9,000 / 4,082|
|6.2L V8 4WD ZR2 (lbs / kg)||-||-||8,900 / 4,037||-|
|6.2L V8 4WD With Max Trailering Package And 20-Inch Wheels (lbs / kg)||-||13,300 / 6,033||13,200 / 5,987||13,100 / 5,942|
|Turbodiesel 3.0L I6 2WD (lbs / kg)||-||9,300 / 4,218||9,300 / 4,218||9,200 / 4,173|
|Turbodiesel 3.0L I6 2WD With Max Trailering Package And 20-Inch Wheels (lbs / kg)||-||13,300 / 6,033||13,200 / 5,987||13,100 / 5,942|
|Turbodiesel 3.0L I6 4WD (lbs / kg)||-||9,000 / 4,082||9,000 / 4,082||8,900 / 4,037|
|Turbodiesel 3.0L I6 4WD With Max Trailering Package And 20-Inch Wheels (lbs / kg)||-||13,000 / 5,897||12,900 / 5,851||12,900 / 5,851|
The refreshed 2022 Chevy Silverado 1500 pickup debuted on September 9th, introducing a long list of changes and updates over the preceding 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022 Limited models. Arguably the most important update was the overhauled interior, which served as one of the most criticized elements about the fourth-gen Silverado. The new cabin can be found on the LT trim and higher, including LT Trail Boss, RST, ZR2, LTZ and High Country.
The new cockpit features a new, horizontally-oriented 13.4-inch color center touchscreen and 12.3-inch configurable instrument cluster. A new infotainment system runs the Google Auto system, enabling Google Assistant with Google Maps and Google Play. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are also included.
A new electronic gear selector in the center console replaces the column shifter on models with the front captain’s chairs, while trucks with the front bench seat continue to make use of the column shifter.
On the outside, the refreshed full-size pickup truck gets a redesigned front fascia and trim-specific grille designs. In addition, three new exterior colors join the lineup: Dark Ash, Sand Dune, Glacier Blue Metallic.
Additionally, the GM Super Cruise semi-autonomous driver-assist system becomes available on the range-topping High Country model. The system is capable of driving the truck with a trailer in tow.
On the powertrain side, the turbocharged 2.7L I4 L3B gasoline engine – the new standard engine on the lower- and mid-tier trims, gets a boost in torque to 420 pound-feet at 1,500 RPM. That’s 72 pound feet more than the 348 pound-feet in the 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022 Silverado Limited models. Horsepower remains unchanged at 310 at 5,600 RPM.
Additionally, the 3.0L I6 LM2 turbodiesel Duramax gets a higher tow rating of 13,300 pounds.
Finally, the all-new 2022 Chevy Silverado ZR2 expands the model lineup with a more capable off-road model that slots above the Silverado Trail Boss trucks.
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Interesting, after hearing that the ZR2 would have the standard bed as an option, it is not listed as an option under towing specs.
Figures haven’t been released yet
How many chips and options are missing from each model? Can’t wait to get $50 back for missing options!
5.3 has 8 speed standard. Why does gmauthority keep failing to mention that? Also, it’s weird that the vortec 5300 with a 6 speed was available with a 3.08 rear end and now these 10 speeds that could easily use a 3.08 have a 3.23 as standard. I bet those vortec 5300’s with a 3.08 rear end were slow.
10 speed on the 22.5 to start production in Jan.
10 speeds are geared different and there are 3 OD ratios
10spd with 3.08 is still gear more aggressive in first than 8spd with 3.23
Wonder if GM will be adding a truck version of the Corvette’s 5.5L V8 or use the block to make a new truck V8?? Or just give up completely and focus on all electric trucks???
That is not going to happen
There is no reason to rev a truck engine to past 8000.
And there is no reason they can’t use the engine block. It doesn’t have to redline to 8000. They still can use the block to make a truck version, longer stroke, smaller bore. Well I guess we’ll see when the redesign Chevy/GMC comes out in 2024.
There is nothing wrong with the block on LT based engines.
The death on demand crap is what is troublesome.
The whole point of the 5.5 is the high RPM capability
Why no 16 way massaging seats ?? And no mention of the premium Bose stereo. Like on GMC Denali in High country???!!!!
So. Can I order a double cab with Navigation in ANY trim?
You have no phone?
1. Safety issue at 70mph.
2. No cell signal in mountains.
3. All alone.
1.Speak your destination.
2.Figure out where you need to go when you have a cell signal.
3.Do not turn the volume off and it will have a conversation with you.
GM seriously needs to add two more cylinders to the 2.7 liter, if it had the same power per cylinder it would be the most powerful half ton engine in its class.
465 Horse power
630 Pounds of torque
Considering this engine is already rated at a V8 like 17/20 in the most common 4X4 setup that would probably drop MPG to 12/14 with the way things are going. They can’t have that
Can we just get the build configurator already???
I need regular cab, short bed, Work Trucks. Lots of ’em.
Bring back the smaller screen and cheap plastic, drop prices 20k across the board.
That’s what the WT and Customs are for, you can get a Crew Cab WT with basic interior and small screen for 36k. Pretty much 20k+ cheaper than any of the nice ones. If that’s what you want, it already exists.