Chevrolet promised to redesign its lineup of Silverados. When the upcoming 2020 Silverado HD debuts in February 2019, it will be the third all-new Chevy pickup in 18 months.
With this project, Chevrolet has made it a goal to design each new truck for a specific type of customer. In the past, the heavy-duty models of the Chevy Silverado were similar in many ways to the light-duty, full-size Silverado 1500. They were visually almost identical, but with different engines and performance specs.
This time around, Chevrolet will set the Silverado 1500 apart with an exterior design that makes a statement about its performance capabilities. When the new Silverado HD trucks are built at the Flint Assembly plant in Flint, MI, they will have nothing in common with the light-duty Silverado — except for the roof. The exterior features a bold, chiseled, machine-like look, while the interior offers additional legroom.
The new 2020 Silverado HD also includes new powertrains, including a new gasoline engine with direct injection and a Duramax Turbo-Diesel V8, cranking out 910 lb-ft of torque. Additional features will gear towards heavy-duty customers specifically like unique towing technologies, greater payloads and towing capacities, and an integrated Bedstep.
While we wait for the 2020 Silverado HD, test-drive any of our current Silverados at Pine Belt Chevrolet.