Newly redesigned for 2014, the Chevy Silverado 1500 pickup boasts a bold front end yet the truck is more aerodynamic than the model's previous generation.
Chevrolet showed the media its redesigned-for-2014 lineup of Silverado 1500 light-duty pickups at a cattle ranch near San Antonio this week. This 4WD version is equipped with Chevy's Z71 full off-road package.
New look: The 2014 Silverado (RIGHT) is markedly different in appearance from the previous generation (2007-13) model.
A new feature on 2014 Silverado:
An integrated step on each side of the rear bumper.
A driver's view of the new interior of the 2014 Chevy Silverado full-size pickup.
For 2014, the Silverado's Z71 off-road package includes an electronic Hill Descent Control.
Just 1,500 original miles on this 1948 Chevrolet Thriftmaster pickup, which was on display at this week's roll-out of the 2014 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 light-duty pickup truck line.
Media swarm evening reveal of the High Country, which is due out this Fall as the first "premium" version of the Chevy Silverado full-size pickup.
Rear stake pockets on 2014 Silverado 1500 pickup bed double as ergonomic handholds.
According to Chevrolet, both the body contours and certain undercarriage elements combine to improve the aerodynamic profile of the 2014 Silverado.
This 5.3-liter V8 is one of a trio of new gasoline-fueled EcoTec3 engines that will be offered for the light-duty 2014 Silverado 1500. Chevy has not yet released powertrain details for its 2014 heavy-duty Silverado HD pickup.
A 2014 Silverado 1500 crew cab stripped bare to highlight high-strength construction.
Silverado executive chief engineer Jeff Luke makes a point about chassis improvements to Chevy's 2014 pickup line.
Silverado powertrain asst. chief engineer Sheryl Baisley listens to a reporter's question on Chevy's new-for-2014 EcoTec3 engines.
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