Chevrolet will present four 2019 Chevrolet Silverado concepts at the 2018 SEMA Show held from October 30 to November 2 in Las Vegas. It is about the High Country, RST Off Road, RST Street and the LTZ versions with their own peculiarities.
The Silverado High Country (pictured above) looks more extreme than the current High Country. It has a 2-inch suspension lift, a 6.2-liter dual exit exhaust, 6-piston Brembo brakes in front and rear calipers of the same color. The pickup truck also got upgraded cold-air intake, 22-inch wheels and some other cosmetic features (chrome tailgate handle, under-seat organizer, rear-seat DVD infotainment).
The Silverado RST Off Road concept has off-road features, such as tires, 18-inch wheel, Squadron lamps from Baja Designs. It also got a 40-inch LED light bar, a soft tonneau cover, Chevrolet’s illuminated grille emblem and a sports package.
The Silverado RST Street concept is good for city use with its lowered suspension and added exterior bold black graphics, 22-inch black wheels, molded splash guards and carbon fiber accents inside, on the grille mirrors, door handles. The model also features Borla’s carbon fiber exhaust tips, a hard one-piece tonneau cover, a 200 Watt powered subwoofer and DSP Amp kit.
One more model is the Silverado LTZ. It features a 5.3-liter cold-air intake upgrade, a cat-back single exit exhaust, Brembo brakes, 22-inch chrome aluminum wheels, a black bowtie emblem. There are six-inch rectangular chrome steps for occupants and Trailering Camera Package as well.