Chevy is bringing four new concept versions of the 2019 Silverado to the SEMA Show in Las Vegas next month, which are meant to showcase the long list of accessories and parts for the new Silverado. The four personalized 2019 Chevy Silverado concepts will show buyers how they can personalize their Silverado.
The first concept is a concept version of the 2019 Silverado High Country, which debuted this week at the State Fair of Texas, while the remaining three will debut at the end of October.
The Silverado High Country concept is positioned as a more premium outdoor truck with its two-inch suspension lift, Brembo front brakes, cat-back exhaust and cold-air intake. It also gets an illuminated gold Chevy bowtie grille emblem, a chrome tailgate handle, several storage options in the interior and a rear-seat infotainment system with a DVD player.
The Silverado LTZ concept shows off the trailering technologies that are available on the 2019 Silverado 1500. It’s powered by the 5.3L V8, but it’s performance has been improved thanks to a cold-air intake, cat-back single exit exhaust system and Brembo front brakes. The Silverado LTZ concept also gets the trailering camera package, 22-inch chrome wheels, an illuminated black bowtie grille emblem and six-inch rectangular assist steps. The interior also features the same storage options and rear entertainment system as the High Country concept.
The Silverado RST Off Road concept is painted in Cajun Red and has a two-inch suspension lift, while the 5.3L V8 gets a cold-air intake system. Some of the accessories on the RST Off Road concept, includes a roll-up tonneau cover, the sport bar package, 18-inch off-road wheels, a 40-inch LED light bar and a side-mounted bed storage box.
The Silverado RST Street concept features the most aggressive exterior out of the four concepts with its lowered suspension, body-side graphics and 22-inch black wheels. It’s 5.3L V8 also gets a cold-air intake system, while the front brakes have also been upgraded with a six-piston Brembo system. The RST Street concept also features Borla exhaust tips, a cat-back exhaust and an upgraded Kicker audio system with a 200-watt subwoofer and 200-watt DSP AMP kit.