Chevrolet has revealed a set of brand new concepts to showcase the customization options available for the 2019 Silverado.
Set to unveil at this year’s SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Chevrolet will bring four “concept” vehicles to show off the Silverado’s many dealer accessories, partner technologies, and customizability to any driver’s tastes. From lift kits to bespoke tonneau covers, there’s something for everyone in the 2019 Silverado.
We start with the High Country concept, which showcases the Silverado’s luxurious yet practical features. A cold air intake and dual exhaust upgrade work to ensure that the engine receives perfectly cool air that can flow freely through the system once the engine is done with it, along with a set of 6-piston Brembo brakes to get it stopped in record time.
On the outside, the High Country features Chevy’s Power Up-Down tailgate, an illuminated bowtie grille emblem, bronze accents on its 22-inch alloy wheels, and a 2-inch suspension lift for more presence on the road.
The High Country will get a brief preview at the Texas State Fair before heading to SEMA later in October.
Next we have the LTZ Concept. Here, performance upgrades meet trailering technology for well-rounded pickup. The Z71’s 5.3-L V8 has been given a cold air intake upgrade and a cat-back single exhaust, with the same 6-piston Brembos as seen on the High Country. The Trailering Camera Package helps with ensuring proper alignment for trailering by providing a removable camera that can be slapped on the trailer itself and viewed through the LTZ Concept’s center console.
Moving on to the RTS Off Road, this sporty concept showcases Chevrolet’s off-road chops as well as their partnership with aftermarket manufacturers. The Off Road Appearance Package gives the RTS Off Road that rugged look, while a 2-inch lift and a 40-inch LED light bar from Baja Designs finalizes that aesthetic. 18-inch off-road wheels with matching tires and a cold air intake complete the performance upgrades.
Finally, we have the RTS Street. Instead of focusing on rugged outdoorsman types, the Street acknowledges the pickup owner from the big city. Instead of raising the suspension, this Silverado’s been lowered and given 22-inch wheels big enough to practically scrape the wheel wells. A cold air intake, Brembo brakes, and carbon fiber exhaust tips make this pickup look ready for street tracing, while a 200-watt subwoofer makes holding tailgate parties a breeze.
To see more, fly on down to Vegas from October 30th to November 2nd for this year’s SEMA conference where Chevy will have all four concepts on display.