There is a new player in the heavy-duty pickup truck segment, and we doubt anyone will fail to see it coming. Chevrolet brand of unveiled its redesigned Silverado HD pick today, giving us some exterior photos revealing a Very Bold plan that already has people getting renewed on these Love-it-hate-it Debate. Looking forward to the massive front end, there is a new V8 gasoline engine option as well as a 10-speed automatic available on the Duramax diesel. Chevrolet also promises "significant increases" to toll and payload capacity.
We do not have full info on this chevy new chevy just after. Its full discovery is slated for February, but we also wait for Ram to debit its all new HD tracks. We can not forget about Ford, which has a phasing experience of Super Duty coming soon and knowing what we know about the great players of Detroit, we would not be surprised to see all three removable workshops arrive at the same time. In other words, if you are a fan of big, barely pickup tracks, the next few months should be very exciting.
Let us begin on some preliminary comparisons based on what we know, along with some substantial speculation to help things along. We also take a look at the styling, because Damn That Chevy had a great nose. Additionally, there's a lot of missing information right now, but we'll be updating this chart as it becomes available.
|Specs||2020 Chevy Silverado HD||2020 Ford Super Duty||2020 frame hd|
|Engine:||6.6L Turbial Diesel / All new gasoline V8||* 6.7L Turbo Diesel / All new gasoline V8||* 6.7L Turbo Diesel / Gasoline V8|
|Transmission:||Six-speed automatic, 10-speed Allison automatic||* 10-speed automatic||Six-speed automatic, six-speed manual|
|Horsepower:||* 445 / na||* 450 / na||NA|
|Torque:||910LB-ft / na||* 935 lb-ft / na||NA|
Now to address all the asterisks. In short, everybody represents information about the current models that we expect to carry over 2020 or rumored information that we feel safe to include here. As you can see, diesel engines will be soldier on the basis of the muscular choice for the search torque, but Ford and Chevrolet have some unusual gasoline v8 options in the job. Team frame will probably keep its 5.7-liter and 6.4-liter V8 gas engines, but some changes are not out of the question only. Moreover, the new frame is expected to gain more power from its Cummins diesel, but we have not heard any credible figures yet.
Also, we have heard no figures about towing, cargo capacity, or base price. The current generation of all three models is very competitive, but rather that doing the work with tons of stats, we will be patient until new information comes out.
As for the styling, the only new truck we've never seen is the facelifted Ford. We can take a good look at Chevrolet, and Ram, however.
As always, beauty is in the eye of the beacon but we find the current design trends very interesting, to say these Least. It may be argued that Chevrolet and Ram have swung ideologies, with the Bow Tie adopting the bigger-is-badder Appearance that once defined frame.
Meanwhile, hiding under camouflaged covers is a new Ford Super Duty (featured in the above gallery) which was a nose like Chunky like the Chevy. Whether his face will be like, um, Polarizing As the Silverado HD remains to be seen. Oddly enough, it seems Ram can now be the environment, a great choice for bee cargo buyers. How's that for yeri?
This comparison is a work-in-progress, so read the article and stick with us. We will strongly watch the solid-side side-by-side walkthrough as more information becomes available.