Cut the weight, turn to carbon fiber, and improve the performance. Having introduced one of its eight all-new models ahead of the forthcoming NAIAS debut, GM apparently seems to win the truck battle in the pickup segment. The next-gen 2019 Chevrolet Silverado LT Trailboss looks like a true sales winner playing with a spectacular American look, the winning off-road performance package and a variety of transmission \ engine combinations. And a two-inch suspension lift, in addition. What’s the next move, Ford?
The main difference with the aforementioned F-150 seems to be the bed; the Trailboss comes with a higher-grade alloy steel bed unlike the competitor’s aluminum one getting the weight lighter and the performance greater. Along with this, GM is reportedly making use of lighter materials such as aluminum or carbon fiber, offered optionally on higher-end trims. The all-new Silverado gets a bolder ‘sandwich’ grille, high-mounted headlights that getting narrower, and vertical taillights, to boast a bow-tied exterior look. Can’t wait to see the rest seven Chevys.