After stating that Chevrolet’s full-size pickup was sold out 90 minutes after its pre-sale period opened in Brazil, General Motors has just announced that it will offer a second batch of 2024 Chevy Silverado units in the South American country.
The automaker will make a second batch of the 2024 Chevy Silverado available in Brazil to meet local demand for the model, which exceeded the company’s initial expectations and caused the first 500 units to sell out quickly. The new allocation of 2024 Silverado units will also be delivered at the end of this year, when the emblematic truck is scheduled to go on sale in the Brazilian market.
In fact, GM Brazil confirmed that the second 2024 Chevy Silverado allocation in Brazil will consist of 200 additional units that began to be offered to customers on September 11th. Those interested in purchasing a unit of that second batch must make their request through the dedicated Silverado page on the official Chevrolet Brasil site, or by visiting a Chevy dealership directly.
Like the first batch, the additional 200 units of the 2024 Chevy Silverado offered in Brazil also correspond to the range-topping High Country trim level in Crew Cab Short Box configuration, with exclusive features for the largest country in South America. The only difference is that the second batch of the 2024 Silverado will not include the power-retractable tonneau cover, which was an accessory reserved only for the first batch.
As such, the 2024 Chevy Silverado marks Chevrolet‘s return to Brazil’s full-size pickup segment, standing out by offering the largest bed in its class and introducing Google Built-In technology for the first time in the country. In addition, it has a robust powertrain that meets the country’s requirements consisting of the 5.3L V8 L84 engine with 355 horsepower and 383 pound-feet of torque, and GM’s 10-speed automatic transmission.
The new 2024 Chevy Silverado will officially arrive at dealerships during the last quarter of the year in Brazil, where the Silverado nameplate is reintroduced after more than 20 years of absence and has generated a high level of interest among pickup customers. The Brazilian subsidiary confirmed that the 2024 Silverado will maintain the pre-sale units’ price of 519,990 reais, about $106,000 USD at the current exchange rate.