The Chevy Avalanche has been out of production for some time now, with 2013 being the final model year. However, this doesn’t stop owners and enthusiasts from modifying the truck to their liking, as represented by this wrapped Avalanche.
Spotted in an airport parking lot, this Chevy Avalanche can be seen rocking a full body wrap. And by full body, we mean that everything down to the bumpers and sports bars has been covered in this unique camo wrap. Additionally, this truck sports aftermarket taillights and some LEDs up front.
This wrap job was performed by AdGraphics in Pompano Beach, FL. According to AdGraphics president Rich Thompson, a wrap job such as this one can cost roughly $4,000 to $5,000.
An interesting feature on the second-generation Avalanche was the introduction of the Midgate, a rear cab wall that opened up and allowed the owner the ability to haul longer objects. This is notable because the 2024 Chevy Silverado EV has brought back the implementation of the Midgate feature.
Speaking of the Silverado EV, heres a quick refresher on one of GM’s newest EVs. Chevy’s all-new electric pickup truck is based on the GM BT1 platform, which it shares with the GMC Sierra EV and the GMC Hummer EV pickup and SUV. Power is provided by GM’s Ultium battery technology and Ultium Drive motor technology. Maximum range is estimated at 400 miles, while the EV is offered exclusively in a Crew Cab body style with a 5-foot, 11-inch bed.
Pricing for the 2024 Chevy Silverado EV starts at a reasonable $39,900 for the base Work Truck trim, however adding options can quickly drive the price of the vehicle up. A fully-loaded RST First Edition model is priced from $105,000.
The 3WT and 4WT trim levels will be the first to arrive, set to launch in Spring 2023. The fully-loaded RST Edition 1 will arrive later in the Fall of 2023. Chevy has stated that following production ramp-up, it will unveil an entire Silverado EV lineup, which includes a Silverado EV Trail Boss variant, among others.