Here’s When 2024 Chevy Silverado 1500 Production Will Start11
The 2024 Chevy Silverado 1500 is on the way now, set to introduce a handful of changes and updates over the preceding 2023 model year. Now, GM Authority has exclusively learned when production of the 2024 Chevy Silverado 1500 will get underway.
According to sources familiar with the matter, the start of regular production (SORP) for the 2024 Chevy Silverado 1500 is set to kick off on July 17th of the 2023 calendar year. Production will once again take place at the GM Fort Wayne plant in Indiana, the GM Oshawa plant in Canada, and the GM Silao plant in Mexico. Dealers will be able to order new units of the 2024 Chevy Silverado 1500 starting in June.
The introduction of the recent 2023 model year ushered in the new 2023 Chevy Silverado ZR2 Bison, a next-level off-roader that follows in the footsteps of the Chevy Colorado ZR2 Bison with a variety of trail-ready equipment from American Expedition Vehicles (AEV). Highlights include new stamped-steel front and rear bumpers, underbody hot-stamped boron steel armor protecting vital mechanical bits, and exclusive 18-inch AEV wheels wrapped in 33-inch Goodyear Wrangler Territory MT tires.
According to Silverado Product Manager Sean Cratty, who recently spoke to GM Authority Executive Editor Alex Luft in an interview, development of the new 2023 Chevy Silverado ZR2 Bison took roughly 18 months to complete. The new Silverado ZR2 Bison is now available to order, as of December 17th.
Under the hood, the Silverado ZR2 Bison features the naturally aspirated 6.2L V8 L87 gasoline engine as standard, with output rated at 420 horsepower and 460 pound-feet of torque. The Silverado 1500 powerplant lineup also includes the turbocharged 2.7L I4 L3B gasoline engine, rated at 310 horsepower and 430 pound-feet of torque, the naturally aspirated 5.3L V8 L84 gasoline engine, rated at 355 horsepower and 383 pound-feet of torque, and finally, the 3.0L I6 LZ0 turbodiesel Duramax engine, rated at 305 horsepower and 495 pound-feet of torque. Under the skin, the Chevy Silverado 1500 rides on the GM T1 platform.
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I’ve got a 2022 Silverado made in Mexico. It has been sitting in a holding lot before May 2022. Chevrolet will begin 2024 production in July. It seems to me GM should clear out the holding lots of vehicles first. I’m done with purchasing anything GM produces.
Looks good, will probably order one next year with 3.0 diesel and max trailering pkg.
Where’s the steering wheel chips for my 9 month old Blazer?
the chips are in the new trucks. Yours is sold, GM no longer cares about you.
Ordered my 22 Silverado in February 11 , got switched for a 23 in august truck got built 10/29 and has been sitting in a lot since last week at the lot in Mexico. Patience running out
I ordered my ’22 in March and had it at the end of May. Depending on the options you ordered, your willingness to change if asked, and your dealership getting your order allocated most likely delayed the production of your truck.
It’s worth the wait, and hopefully it comes exactly how you wanted it.
It sucks that a little after a year that I received mine, they’ll be making ’24 MY. But, I got the exact truck I wanted when I ordered it and mine cost less than a 24.
Also have a truck ordered in May still in Mexico is there anyone that we can patience getting short
So GM will build 2024 vehicles before all 2022 models have all the parts? Some missing parts haven’t even had announced retrofits yet for 2022 (heated steering wheel) .
A regular ZR2 Silverado is a $75,000 truck!!! I can only imagine what the Bison version will cost!!. These trucks have gotten rediculous!
ordered mine feb.1st 2022 hit seattle december 22 so you tell me what’s up… it’s like there on another planet or something…
I can’t believe that up here in Canada most of the Silverado 1500’s on the lots are built in Mexico?? Why did our federal and provincial government give GM money to get Oshawa fired up again? It is a slap in our faces and I don’t know if I will buy another GM product?