2024 Chevy Silverado HD WT: First Pictures18
GM revealed the fully refreshed 2024 Chevy Silverado HD in September, debuting a variety of updates and changes for the heavy-duty pickup truck. Now, we’re getting our first look at the 2024 Chevy Silverado HD WT in the Regular Cab body configuration with these new photos.
Although we’ve previously seen the 2024 Chevy Silverado HD in the Crew Cab and Double Cab body configurations, including via prototype model spy photos and official photos from Chevrolet, this is our very first look at the refreshed pickup in the two-door Regular Cab configuration.
This particular example is the 2024 Chevy Silverado 3500 HD model, and is finished in Summit White. Combined with simple black trim and a two-door Regular Cab body, this base-model WT truck is about as simple as they come. The lighting treatment looks familiar, with thin upper lighting elements in the corners of the fascia on top of horizontal lighting elements bookending the grille, but there still several updates to point out as well, such as the new grille pattern, a new lower bumper treatment, and a thin lower horizontal styling line that divides the grille from the bumper.
A set of simple steel wheels with a silver finish are mounted in the corners, while the sizable rear fenders house single rear wheels (as opposed to a dual-rear wheel, or “dually” setup). Also notable are the slim sideview mirrors.
Critically, the 2024 Chevy Silverado HD WT trim level and Custom trim level are both equipped with the same interior layout as the pre-refresh model. Meanwhile, LT trim levels and above are equipped with the overhauled interior design first introduced with the 2024-model-year refresh.
Further notably updates for the 2024 model year include powertrain changes, with the standard 6.6L V8 L8T gasoline engine now connecting to the Allison-branded 10-speed automatic transmission as standard, rather than the GM six-speed equipped previously. Additionally, the 6.6L V8 L5P turbodiesel Duramax engine now produces 470 horsepower and 975 pound-feet of torque, as compared to the 445 horsepower and 910 pound-feet of torque produced prior to the refresh.
Production of the 2024 Chevy Silverado HD is set to begin in the first half of the 2023 calendar year. Production will take place at the GM Flint Assembly plant in Michigan and GM Oshawa plant in Canada.
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Nice! I like it. Much improved styling over the current/last version.
Looks good, sign me up for a red one to replace my current 2012!
Now all we need, is for GM to build this in LTZ trim, and in a SHORT BOX version! GM sells the short box in Mexico and the middle east. They are all made in TEXAS! Come on guys, build it… and they/we, willl come! Really!!!!!!!!!!
There’s a short box half ton available now, but it’s a WT. I agree, why not build a fancy one too. There’s lots of rich farmers, ranchers, and business owners who would definitely go for it.
Has ANYONE ever seen a short box pu, anywhere? None here in the northeast anyway.
Yes, I have seen a white one in the free red state of Indiana and they are available to order but only as WT with a 4-banger.
Really???? Really??? You can custom order a ford that way….. I have never seen one in a MY over 2010, and in 2500 configuration, have never seen one. It seams to me that the SCSB crowd ends up buying Camaros or vettes anyways, so why offer it?
Real ranchers and farmers need the space. Most of them like the crew cab long box for an SUV sized interior for their equipment and an 8’ bed for their haul.
The work trucks are for the fields, the nice ones are for going to the diner and church.
GM doesn’t build any pickups in Texas. Tahoe, Suburban and Escalade in Arlington but no pickups.
Kathy, says pickups are made in Texas. False, she gets 6 thumbs up.
Dave says the SUVs are made in Texas. True, he gets 3 thumbs down.
It’s funny how people come on GMA and know very little about things.
Correct, the HD 3500s are made in Flint Michigan
Thinking of Toyota perhaps?
Can’t wait to see some real world fuel economy numbers on the new engine/transmission combo. They have to be an improvement.
Build this in a ZR-2 Form………Come on chicken sh!ts!!!!!!!
The look is more tame from the last and is not an Eyesore, but how about updating the Light bulbs at a minimum with some Sylvania-Silver Star lights instead of these Old School lights, we now got Class 8 Trucks that has steered away from those old classic bulbs.
That last time a 3/4 ton or 1 ton Chevy truck looked good was wayyyy back in 2002. Since then, they look awful!
I call the look chevy trucks have had for the last several years ..FRANKENTRUCK….
That interior looks like the radio/head unit is bigger than the base 7″ that’s in the WT/Custom 1500 trucks. Would be nice to at least get the 8″ unit that was used through ’22 in the LT+ trims.