All The Refreshed 2022 Chevy Silverado Cab, Bed And Trim Level Configurations38
In anticipation of the recently-announced 2022 Chevy Silverado 1500 refresh, we have compiled a thorough guide of all the cab, bed, and trim level configurations. The full-size pickup arrives with a long list of changes and updates over the preceding 2021 model year and the stop-gap 2022 Silverado Limited, while gaining a new body style and losing an existing one.
Overall, the refreshed 2022 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 will be offered in the following trim levels:
Work Truck Group:
- Work Truck (WT)
- Custom Trail Boss
- LT Trail Boss
- ZR2 (new for 2022)
- High Country
Trim Levels & Body Styles
The table below shows how that trim level lineup factors into the body styles (cab and bed configurations) that will be offered.
Note that new for 2022 is the Regular Cab, Standard Bed configuration, while the Trail Boss Custom loses the Double Cab configuration.
|Regular Cab Standard Bed||Regular Cab Long Bed||Double Cab Standard Bed||Crew Cab Short Bed||Crew Cab Standard Bed|
|Custom Trail Boss||X||X|
|LT Trail Boss||X||X|
- X: Available
- Blank: Not available
Updated Inside And Out
The refreshed 2022 Chevy Silverado 1500 pickup debuted on September 9th, introducing a long list of highly-anticipated changes and updates over the preceding 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022 Limited models. Perhaps the biggest change to the refreshed model is a new interior for the fourth-generation Chevy Silverado 1500, which was introduced for the 2019 model year. The new cabin can be found on LT trim, and higher – which includes LT, RST, LT Trail Boss, LTZ, High Country, and all-new 2022 Chevy Silverado ZR2.
On the outside, the refreshed 2022 Silverado 1500 features a revamped front fascia, including new headlights with animated walk-up and walk-away features along with swiping turn signals on certain trims. Three new exterior colors join the lineup: Dark Ash, Sand Dune, and Glacier Blue Metallic.
While you wait for the Bow Tie brand’s updated full-size truck, check out the all the official specs for the refreshed 2022 Silverado. While you’re at it, check out the body styles and trim levels of the Silverado 1500’s refreshed corporate cousin – the 2022 Sierra 1500.
On a separate note, the online configurator for the 2022 Silverado 1500 should launch any day now, though GM is running behind on its original internal timeframe.
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No pictures of each model though? I’m surprised Chevy hasn’t shown more yet, like I don’t think we’ve seent the RST yet
we have seen all trims except the LT Trailboss and LTZ. However they have all been “Spy Shots” and not officially released by Chevrolet. Hopefully soon! Here is a link to the RST trim: https://gmauthority.com/blog/2021/09/refreshed-2022-silverado-rst-first-look/
Yea spy photos don’t cut it for me, especially in white. White is too much of a contractor colour. Thanks for the link however!
I’m surprised the ZR2 isn’t in the luxury group. It comes pretty well optioned right? Leather standard? Pretty similar to LTZ
Yup… Your welcome! Yeah I agree, not much of a fan of white as well. I will definitely let you know, however, when Chevrolet posts official pictures of all colors.
GMA posted some pics some weeks back. Looks good.
Or the LT trail boss or ltz.
Still no online configurator with pricing. Bummer!
I wonder if that’s because there’s so many options that are unavailable right now.
Yea I’ve started to wonder that. It’s possible GM doesn’t even know what packages they will be able to offer for 2022 yet. I would hope given the 2022 refresh is using their new electrical architecture that they are using more up to date chips which are more readily available than the ancient chips used in 2021 and prior vehicles
ordering is open at some dealerships for the 2022 refresh or “mid cycle” truck. Just ordered mine. Nothing online yet and still no actual pictures of the trail boss. Getting me very anxious lol
Available Exterior colors not listed for ZR2. Don’t believe premium color such as Cherry Red option is available???
Looking at gmfleetorderguide.com, all exterior colors are available on the ZR2 (but only two interior colors).
Iridescent Pearl and Cherry Red not availible on ZR2 per gmfleetorderguide.com…
Am I misreading the chart? It looks to me like to only colors excluded for the ZR2/LTZ/High Country trims are Silver Ice, Summit White and Glacier Blue not available on High Country models.
I do see the confusion now. I beleive the numbers at the bottom of the chart are supplemental to chart itself. The ZR2 (Trim Level 3LT) is only availible in Jet Black/Graystone Interior (Code H37). If you follow that column down, only two paint colors are dashed out. I beleive the numbers at the bottom account for exterior colors being unavailable with spcific interior colors on different trims. For example…you can get Silver Ice with Jet Black Interior on LTZ, but cannot get Silver Ice with Jet Black Interior on High Country. Clear as Mud!
Got it, thanks for the explanation. First look at what seat color is available, then look at what paint colors are available for those seats, then look at the footnotes … good lord, that is as clear as mud, lol!
No problem, glad to help!
Did they fix the lifter problem and oil pan gaskets that leak???
Still the same problem.
Need to sell 21s should be a ton of them on lots soon if price stays like it is there may still be tons of year old trucks on lots try leasing they want you to show another lease plus approx 6000 down think it is time for any other truck but gm
RST regular cab short box would be nice.
GM builds the short bed regular cab Trailboss 6.2 engine for the Middle East market it is built in Indiana guess we aren’t good enough to have one, if Gm wants to sell a red one tomorrow send me the address to mail my check to pay for iti have a handicap son that wants one and has the money , he had a 16 model we sold to get a 19 then GM wouldn’t sell us one in the US
This is the second time I,ve seen a chart from GM Authority, that shows an LTZ as being available in a double cab configuration. The last time I eventually was told it was a typo, but here it is again. I wish someone would get their act together, an LTZ in a double cab would be a pretty big change, if it is true.
Perhaps GM could humor us by letting us build a truck on the Chevrolet website.
I am patiently waiting for it. Time to get a move on GM.
I surly hope GM starts getting their engine issue figured out(along with 8 speed transmission). I purchased a 21 LTZ with 5.3 engine and 8 speed. At 7000 miles it had to go in the shop for nearly two weeks for major engine repair. The dealer did give me a loaner to use. Engine now runs ok but a vibration has developed in I suspect the transmission. That issue has yet to be officially diagnosed. Quality parts do cost a little more but the bad publicity that cheap parts generate are not worth the bad publicity.
Thad Lingo, does your LTZ have the DFM where cylinders deactivate while at cruising speed? I also have a 21 LTZ but it does not have DFM (it does have AFM or stop/start at lights) I read that vehicles with the DFM may be more prone to the lifter issue, and it may not happen on one’s without it? Have you or anybody heard this?
I saw the new ZR2 in the new Glacier Blue Metallic at the 2021 SEMA Show and thought the color was just awesome. So, I thought when the new 2022 Silverado refresh was available to order I would get a new High Country in the new blue. But, I just looked at the order guide and GM is offering the new blue on every model of Silverado except High Country. The top of the line truck is excluded from the new beautiful blue. Who is the idiot at GM that thought this was a good idea? Life long Chevy customer will be shopping somewhere else.
Wonder what price difference is. I ordered a 22 LTD Trail boss LT, wonder how much more same optioned 22 refresh would be ?
Is the LM2 engine available? When this goes live
Wow the double cabs are getting zero love on the Trail Boss level
I think Chevrolet only wants to make one style of truck (4 door) and is making the regular cab so ugly that no one will buy it so they can discontinue it. My opinion!
I have ben told by my dealer that the new colors ( wanted the dark ash ) are not available when I tried to order a 22 refresh.
Looks like GM made good for the reg cab, short box model. Hopefully dealers will know way to get the factory navigation system on the WT or Custom models.
I wonder what the console will be like on the LT and up, are the bench seats gone? No handle bar shifter? All I can find is info stating ‘electronic shifter’ would love more details on trims.. or ask GM to launch that configuration website as dealers are now taking deposits on refresh 2022.
My 2022 LTZ 1500 was delivered last week and it’s the sweetest truck I’ve ever owned. The refreshed package is the way to go
How did you wait for delivery after it was produced? My trail boss is sitting in Mexico for 5 weeks now after being built.