By TechThop Team
Posted on: 19 Aug, 2022
It was difficult to determine the truck's design changes from the first spy photos since thick camouflage and cladding covered its design changes.
The truck is getting a closer look with a new batch of photos, which reveal subtle exterior styling tweaks and a peek at its reworked interior.
Its exterior will be redesigned to replace its split-headlight design with a more traditional one. In spite of this, the layout remains stacked. In spite of Chevrolet's efforts to conceal the changes, there are telltale signs this is the Silverado HD, such as the notch in the rear taillights.
A bulge on the front fenders probably conceals the model's 'High Country' badge, which is evident when peeking inside the truck for the first time.
Several aspects of the interior have been overhauled, drawing inspiration from the refreshed 2022 Silverado. In addition to the column shifter.
the center console also features other changes revealing its HD status. The cup holders sit side-by-side to free up storage space. In the center storage bin and armrest, Chevy seems to have tweaked things a bit.
The diesel engine could be tweaked, but we are not certain if Chevy will modify the truck's powertrains. This would bring Ford and Ram's 6.6-liter Duramax closer to its rivals in terms of horsepower and torque.
The current crop of powertrains should remain largely unchanged. There will be a variety of configurations available for the truck.
The current Silverado HD first went on sale for the 2020 model year, so it isn't that old. The pickup is expected to debut in early 2023 and to go on sale in 2024. Chevrolet is redesigning.
The Silverado HD is being launched as Ford prepares to launch its redesigned F-Series Super Duty pickup. However, we expect Ford to reveal the model before the end of 2022, possibly for the 2023 model year.
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