2020 Chevrolet Silverado 2500/3500 Interior: Spied

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With Chevrolet's 2019 Silverado light-duty half-ton and medium-duty 4500/5500 pickup trucks revealed, Chevy can keep pushing testing on the three-quarter and one-ton pickups. From what we've seen, Chevrolet is not looking to start a revolution in the class, it's just making its heavy-duty pickup trucks look a little better than the ones they're replacing. In fact, they share many of the same design cues we saw on the half ton when it debuted in Detroit.

Here's what our spy shooters found when they encountered a new HD in a parking lot. The family resemblance will be strong through the entire lineup.

"Today we bring you our first look at the inside of the 2020 Chevrolet Silverado 2500/3500.

"Although parent company GM recently showed a teaser photo of the next-generation Silverado HD, the company forgot to share a teaser photo of the interior. Looking at our exclusive interior shots, we can see that the Silverado HD will look almost identical to the recently debuted 1500. The only difference we see is on the gauge cluster, which adds a couple of small analog circle gauges in the center of the instrument cluster.

"The next-generation 2500/3500 is said to use a mixed aluminum/steel body. Styling cues are likely to mimic the recently debuted 1500, with a wide array of unique grilles and distinct trims.

"Diesel power should still come from the recently refreshed 6.6-liter Duramax V-8 engine, while the 6.0-liter V-8 should soldier on as the standard gasoline option. No official word on transmission offerings, but considering Ford and Ram are still using six-speed units in their HD rigs, we expect GM to stick with its current six-speed automatic heavy-duty transmission — although there's still a chance the new Hydra-Matic 10-speed automatic transmission may show up.

"Expect a debut of the 2020 sometime in early 2019, with an on-sale date later in the year."

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Comments

Hahaha that's all you have is your sales numbers!! Like I said earlier, go get a pedicure and let the real men talk trucks

Hahahahahahahaha I knew you would come back with your sales numbers pitch cuz that's all you got! Like I said earlier, go get a pedicure and let the real men talk trucks

Nice must have struck a nerve on that one, another educational post from Ms. Frances...My guess is your just like Ms. Harvey, you work in an office and only use your truck (if you have one) as a grocery getter!

Seriously, sales! Lol! If Ford was as good at making trucks as they are marketing, you might have something...good luck

As good as Ford is at marketing and as good as the Ranger is going to be and with the Ecoboost selling better than V8s GM is in trouble.

Lol nice one, real men aren't afraid to use their own names..

Poor guy! Well maybe your a women that would make more sense!

Yes BA is my real name. Now that school is out I will post all the time.

I hope to get where I can post as good as TNTGMC. He is so smart I want to grow up to be just like him.

Don't forget about me and my educational sales posts!!

Lol wow the Ford guys seriously got nothing on GM but sales so they have to resort to changing their names...i don't blame you

Yes Frank GM's dwindling market share is certainly a good indication of how good their trucks are.

Now there's a Frank who knows what their talking about. It's easy to tell the truck guys apart from the officebitches, all they pay attention to is sales! Meanwhile Ford can't keep up on the road

Why is it standard procedure to argue and bicker over this stuff? If you like it, you like it; you don't, then you don't.

Yes Frank GM's dwindling market share is certainly a good indication of how good their trucks are.

Posted by: BA

GM has sold more trucks than Ford the last 3 years in a row. And that's with Ford having a brand new "game changing" F-150 for 2015 that had a 500 to 800 lb weight advantage thanks to that "military grade" tin foil.

Looks Butch, like most GM trucks.



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