The Silverado, Chevy’s full-size pickup truck, is getting a complete redesign for the 2019 model year. First unveiled in December of last year, the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado debuted in its full glory at the 2018 North American International Auto Show.
The North American International Auto Show took place from Jan. 13-28 in Detroit, Michigan. Chevy revealed the 2019 Silverado on Saturday night, the first day of the show, stressing that every part of the new Silverado is all-new.
The 2019 Silverado’s redesign does away with parts that hearkened back all the way to 1988, instead bringing the latest technologies throughout the entire truck. The Silverado will come with six engines and powertrains for you to choose from, but only three engines and one powertrain were discussed at the NAIAS.
Chevy was asked about fuel efficiency in its trucks, and executives responded that efficiency is only important to truck drivers as long as it’s practical and beneficial, without sacrificing performance and towing and hauling capabilities. Chevy, at the moment, has no plans to add electricity to the Silverado.
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