2020 Chevrolet Silverado | Chevrolet New Pick Up Truck – The latest Silverado HD wears a more chiseled broadcast that creates a tough look. Chevrolet provides our first endorsed see at the next-gen 2020 Silverado HD pickup ahead of the truck’s full debut in February 2019. The heavy-duty hauler will go on sale in the middle of adjacent year.
The 2020 Silverado HD has an eye-catching, potentially even polarizing look. The Bowtie says that the roof is the lonesome part shared next the less tough Silverado 1500. A gigantic mesh grille now dominates the tummy end, and there’s no guessing what company makes this machine because “Chevrolet” appears in the holes in the bar that spans the center of the grille. The chiseled hood features a subtle, chrome-trimmed scoop. At the back, a step integrates into the rear bumper for easier entry to the bed.
2020 Chevrolet Silverado HD revealed, tows 35,500 pounds
The Duramax diesel engine makes 910 pound-feet of torque
The 2020 Chevrolet Silverado HD was just revealed at an event in Flint, Mich., ahead of its public debut at the Chicago Auto Show. This truck can tow, as max towing increases a massive 52 percent to 35,500(!) pounds. Payload is also way up, sitting at 7,466 pounds.
Making these numbers possible is the Duramax 6.6-liter turbo-diesel V8. It produces 445 horsepower and 910 pound-feet of torque. A larger 28-inch mechanical fan is now used to cool the diesel engine. GM is pairing this engine with a new Allison 10-speed automatic transmission. The engine is smart, too. If it’s too hot after hauling, a message in the cluster will tell the driver to keep the engine on. If you end up ignoring that and turning it off, the remote-start system will automatically activate to cool the engine down.
Chevy says every component between the transmission and wheels have been upgraded to handle the increased towing load. It has a 30 percent larger (in diameter) prop shaft. The box ladder frame has been made tougher, and the axles are larger.
A new 6.6-liter V8 gas engine is standard — this unit makes 401 horsepower and 464 pound-feet of torque, more power and thrust than before. Chevy says it accounts for a 18 percent gain in towing capacity for the gasoline engine version. This engine is based-off Chevy’s 6.0-liter V8, but uses a 6-mm longer stroke and direct injection to make the extra power.
We get to see photos of all the grilles Chevy plans to make available for the Silverado HD today, too. The two versions previewed awhile back (bigand bigger) struck a lot of people the wrong way. Perhaps one of these new looks is more to your fancy?
Chevrolet exerted a lot of effort to make this truck tow-friendly. It bested both the new Ram Heavy Duty and the outgoing 2019 Ford Super Duty numbers by small margins for maximum towing. However, Ford’s figure is likely to climb for the 2020 model year. Chevy’s new trailering system offers up to 15 camera angles, with one of them being the cool
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