2024 Chevy Silverado HD LTZ In Red Hot: Live Photo Gallery13
The 2024 Chevy Silverado HD lineup is set to receive a mid-cycle refresh, featuring many updates and upgrades to the truck’s exterior, interior, powertrain, and capabilities. After getting our first look at the 2024 Silverado HD High Country on public roads, we’re now checking out the refreshed 2024 Silverado HD in the LTZ trim level in the following GM Authority Live Photo Gallery.
This specific unit is a Crew Cab, Standard Bed configuration, spec’d in the luxury-focused LTZ trim level, and is painted in Red Hot (color code G7C) paint. Due to the tonnage badge on the front driver door, we can tell that this obviously is a 3500 HD model. In addition, the badge on the hood shows us that this unit is equipped with the updated 6.6L V8 L5P turbo-diesel Duramax engine.
Up front, we see the new-for-2024 front fascia design, headlined by the chromed-out front grille and front bumper. In addition, this unit clearly demonstrates the C-shaped LED headlamp signature, which features LED fog lamps, animated LED projectors, as well as LED turn signals and daytime running lamps, all standard on the LTZ and the High Country. It’s worth noting that this LED lighting signature can be added to the LT trim via the Z71 Chrome Sport Edition package (RPO code WBL).
As for rollers, this unit doesn’t appear to be wearing the stock LTZ wheels, which are the 18-inch six-spoke machined aluminum wheels with Silver painted accents (RPO code PYV).
Moving around to the side of this 2024 Silverado HD, we can see chrome mirror caps, chrome door handles, chrome beltline moldings, and optional (B3L) Black power-retractable assist steps. Notably, the side-view mirrors are the power-adjustable, power folding / extending, vertical trailering units with heated and auto-dimming upper glass, lower convex mirrors, turn signal indicators, puddle lamps, perimeter lighting and auxiliary lighting (RPO code DZC). These DZC mirrors are equipped as standard affair on the LTZ and High Country trim levels, and not offered at all on WT, Custom and LT trims.
Out back, the brightwork continues with a chromed-out rear bumper that includes the GM CornerStep. Meanwhile, Silverado and LTZ hard badges are found on either side of the tailgate, which features the debossed CHEVROLET script. Notably, this example is not equipped with the optional Chevy Multi-Flex tailgate.
In regards to powertrain specifications, the 2024 Chevy Silverado HD will continue to be equipped with the naturally aspirated 6.6L V8 L8T gasoline engine as standard, which is rated at 401 horsepower and 464 pound-feet of torque. Meanwhile, the 6.6L V8 L5P turbo-diesel Duramax will remain optional across the entire trim lineup, and has been upgraded to produce 470 horsepower and 975 pound-feet of torque for the mid-cycle refresh. As for transmission options, all models will now be equipped with the Allison-branded ten-speed automatic as standard regardless of engine choice.
Production of the refreshed Silverado HD will begin in February at the GM Flint Assembly plant in Michigan and GM Oshawa plant in Canada. GM Authority exclusively revealed 2024 Silverado HD pricing earlier this month, and the order books have opened up this week.
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This is incorrect information. GM have NOT opened their order books for 2024 Silveraldo HD.
Order entry availability started 1/26/23
Yes they have.
I ordered mine two weeks ago.
I am interested in seeing any pics of the 2024 Silverado HD 2500 LTZ Premium which is the only 2500 that will be exported to Australia. There is no information released so far!
We have a 2023 model on order and due in august-September, but I am interested in the 24 model to see what it looks like?
LTZ Premium will look the same exterior-wise as any other LTZ. It just adds a bunch of options like the Technology Package and 20″ wheels.
From the ’24 order guide:
LTZ Premium Package, includes (PCZ) LTZ Convenience Package, (PCN) LTZ Convenience Package II, (PQB) Safety Package, (CWM) Technology Package, (Q7G) 20″ Bright Chrome wheels and (QF9) LT275/65R20 all-terrain, blackwall tires
1 – Requires Crew Cab models. Not available with (PDF) LTZ Plus Package, (PDL) LTZ Texas Edition, (ZW9) pickup bed delete or any LPO wheels.
We bought our 2019 Silverado 1500 used at the end of 2020. It was optioned just about how we wanted, except the color: Red Hot.
It was not my first choice of color. Or second. Or even third. But it has grown on me exponentially. I love it now.
Hopefully the aftermarket will come up with a body color flush insert to replace the ugly step insert. How long will it take to put side panel scratches on the paint from leaning in. Any serious bed activity requires rear entry and usually with the tailgate down. The bumper step will get that done.
Getting uglier each year, been buying chevys for 45 years, I’m out.
I don’t think it looks bad. I ain’t a fan of all the steps but I do think the overall design looks much better than the new Super Duty. One thing Gm has always struggled with (in my opinion) is tow mirrors. These huge door mounted versions are especially hideous…
As a Canadian still unable to order.
I ordered a 2500 crew long bed july of 2021, the week of build date sept 2021 the rep called my dealer and said they won’t build it. May 2022 ordered a 2023 crew long bed, have not heard a word. Both trucks were ordered diesel maybe thats the hold up. been a G.M. customer for 46 years, its getting hard to stay loyal.