GM Teases Buyers with the 2014 Chevrolet Silverado

General Motors has recently teased the public by showing the image of the production version of the 2014 Chevrolet Silverado and this had happened ahead of the vehicle’s upcoming official debut at the Detroit Auto Show next year.

The photos of the production version of the 2014 Chevrolet Silverado that was used to tease the public was seen wearing a front bra and the optical illusion camouflage that the company has been using on the vehicles that its engineers and vehicle developers are developing.

Although the vehicle which is believed to be the upcoming 2014 Chevrolet Silverado was covered with the bra and the camouflage, a lot of car experts have observed that the trucks body is still adorned with the squared-off lines. In addition to this, the wheel arches that are responsible for carrying the squared-off look are also visible. Finally, most of those who were able to see the image of the vehicle have also noticed that this is equipped with a deep chin spoiler that was probably installed to either improve the truck’s aerodynamics or its exterior appearance.

But despite of revealing the exterior features of the 2014 Chevrolet Silverado, the picture that the company used to tease the public did not provide the audience with the vehicle’s interior layout. Due to this, everyone who is interested in trying to figure out the upcoming truck model’s interior appearance relies on the spy photos that were previously released to the public.

The images that spy photos have projected revealed that the truck’s cabin will most likely be made of more upscale materials compared to the previous year’s model. The photos have also suggested that the upcoming version of the Silverado will most likely be equipped with heated-and-cooled seats for the driver and the front passenger, hill descent control, and a parking sensor.

As of the present, General Motors have confirmed that the company’s personnel are currently conducting a series of tests on the vehicle to ensure that this would work well as well as provide a comfortable and well-balanced ride. GM has also stressed out that the production of the 2014 Chevrolet Silverado will start in 2013.


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