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The Chevrolet Silverado ZR2 Concept is based on an extended cab/short box body. The custom bodywork includes carbon fiber fender flares that stretch outward to cover the 35-inch-tall Goodyear Wrangler off-road tires and widened stance. Much of the Chevrolet Silverado ZR2’s body is made of carbon fiber, including the front fenders, extractor-style hood, rocker extensions and tailgate, which features large, debossed CHEVROLET lettering as a nod to Chevy trucks of the past. The Chevrolet Silverado ZR2 comes with a large, more prominent grille is also part of the package and is a vision of what designers would like to see in a production or accessory part
On a validation drive of the new, 2011 Chevrolet Silverado HD heavy-duty trucks, engineer Brent Deep towed a 20,000-pound (9,072 kg) trailer for 245 miles (400 km) along I-70 between Denver and Grand Junction, Colo. - and he barely touched the brakes the entire way. Deep relied on the Chevrolet Silverado's new, smart exhaust brake system to slow the truck/trailer combination on descents, helping prove the new system is suitable for the most demanding conditions. It was a drive across the heart of the Rocky Mountains and some of the interstate system's steepest grades, with altitudes ranging from Denver's approximately 5,000 feet (1,525 m) to more than 11,100 feet (3,400 m) at the Eisenhower Tunnel
Offering the towing capability that only a V-8 can, the 2008 H3 Alpha broadens HUMMER's range of versatile, do-anything and go-anywhere vehicles. HUMMER announced the H3 Alpha at the New York Auto Show; it goes on sale this summer. The H3 Alpha is the second member of HUMMER's exclusive Alpha series, representing the pinnacle of performance, both off the road and on it. It comes with a new, 5.3L V-8 engine that delivers 295 horsepower (224 kW) and 317 lb.-ft. of torque (438 Nm). It is partnered with a four-speed automatic transmission and enables a maximum towing capacity of 6,000 pounds (2,721 kg) - an increase of more than 33 percent over other H3 models "H3 Alpha is, simply, the ultimate HUMMER H3," said Martin Walsh, HUMMER general manager
General Motors introduces the new 2007 Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra heavy-duty pickups, with all-new and differentiated exterior designs, two unique interiors and class-leading power and efficiency. The redesigned pickups incorporate brand-distinct exterior and interior designs that are greatly differentiated from the light-duty trucks, along with a choice of gas and diesel powertrains. Capabilities are enhanced and complement new, segment-leading and segment-exclusive features. Silverado and Sierra are offered in a range of 2500HD (three-quarter-ton) and 3500HD (one-ton) models, reaffirming GM's nearly 100-year legacy of building heavy-duty trucks
Chevrolet introduced the all-new 2007 Silverado - the newest generation of the industry's most dependable pickup truck is the strongest Silverado yet, delivering segment-best power and fuel economy. The '07 Silverado lineup is built on an all-new platform that supports a smoother ride and responsive, confident handling while delivering segment-leading capability and power. A lineup of six powerful, Gen IV small-block V-8 engines complements the stronger chassis to deliver the light-duty segment's highest-rated towing capacity (10,500 pounds / 4,763 kg), horsepower (367 hp / 274 kW) and fuel economy, with a maximum payload capacity of 2,160 pounds (980 kg)
General Motors introduces the new 2007 Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra heavy-duty pickups, with all-new and differentiated exterior designs, two unique interiors and class-leading power and efficiency. The redesigned pickups incorporate brand-distinct exterior and interior designs that are greatly differentiated from the light-duty trucks, along with a choice of gas and diesel powertrains. Capabilities are enhanced and complement new, segment-leading and segment-exclusive features. Silverado and Sierra are offered in a range of 2500HD (three-quarter-ton) and 3500HD (one-ton) models, reaffirming GM's nearly 100-year legacy of building heavy-duty trucks
Chevrolet introduced the all-new 2007 Silverado - the newest generation of the industry's most dependable pickup truck is the strongest Silverado yet, delivering segment-best power and fuel economy. The '07 Silverado lineup is built on an all-new platform that supports a smoother ride and responsive, confident handling while delivering segment-leading capability and power. A lineup of six powerful, Gen IV small-block V-8 engines complements the stronger chassis to deliver the light-duty segment's highest-rated towing capacity (10,500 pounds / 4,763 kg), horsepower (367 hp / 274 kW) and fuel economy, with a maximum payload capacity of 2,160 pounds (980 kg)
Chevrolet introduced the all-new 2007 Silverado - the newest generation of the industry's most dependable pickup truck is the strongest Silverado yet, delivering segment-best power and fuel economy. The '07 Silverado lineup is built on an all-new platform that supports a smoother ride and responsive, confident handling while delivering segment-leading capability and power. A lineup of six powerful, Gen IV small-block V-8 engines complements the stronger chassis to deliver the light-duty segment's highest-rated towing capacity (10,500 pounds / 4,763 kg), horsepower (367 hp / 274 kW) and fuel economy, with a maximum payload capacity of 2,160 pounds (980 kg)
General Motors introduces the new 2007 Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra heavy-duty pickups, with all-new and differentiated exterior designs, two unique interiors and class-leading power and efficiency. The redesigned pickups incorporate brand-distinct exterior and interior designs that are greatly differentiated from the light-duty trucks, along with a choice of gas and diesel powertrains. Capabilities are enhanced and complement new, segment-leading and segment-exclusive features. Silverado and Sierra are offered in a range of 2500HD (three-quarter-ton) and 3500HD (one-ton) models, reaffirming GM's nearly 100-year legacy of building heavy-duty trucks
General Motors introduces the new 2007 Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra heavy-duty pickups, with all-new and differentiated exterior designs, two unique interiors and class-leading power and efficiency. The redesigned pickups incorporate brand-distinct exterior and interior designs that are greatly differentiated from the light-duty trucks, along with a choice of gas and diesel powertrains. Capabilities are enhanced and complement new, segment-leading and segment-exclusive features. Silverado and Sierra are offered in a range of 2500HD (three-quarter-ton) and 3500HD (one-ton) models, reaffirming GM's nearly 100-year legacy of building heavy-duty trucks