Spy photography by Chris Doane Automotive
We'll get our first chance to drive, and hopefully tow, with the 2014 Chevy Silverado next week during the press preview of the truck in Texas. This will be the first time we've seen the Silverados moving under their own power, and get a chance to see all the specifications while we're there.
From what we know, the biggest changes will be under the hood with three all-new high-tech engines and the introduction of at least one new premium trim package we've probably seen in earlier spy photos. Some sources are already reporting the new trim level will be called the High Country, and according to some of the earlier version Silverado Buying Guides we've seen, that makes sense.
Early reports on the new trim level say it will have all the new collision avoidance technology, a unique look inside and out, completely new seats, and plenty of luxury details. We'd also guess it will include a good selection of 20-inch alloy wheels, a unique grille, one-of-a-kind badging, and possibly unique colors and interior materials.
We'll have more to report in our first road-test review next week with as many videos as we can produce in the days that follow. Stay tuned.