The new Chevy Silverado High Country trim is expected to be revolutionary in the heavy-duty pickup market due to its expected inclusion of astounding performance capabilities, technological innovations, safety tools and luxury amenities. The impending arrival of a heavy-duty pickup truck with unmatched strength and lavish features marks a significant evolution in what people want out of their trucks.
Luxury add-ons such as heated/cooled seats, heated steering wheels, and top-of-the-line infotainment options cover the new Chevy Silverado High Country. Chevrolet truck marketing chief Sandor Piszar recently hinted that the High Country could top $100,000. With the unmatched strength, safety and luxury of the Silverado High Country, that isn’t difficult to imagine.
Improvements in towing capability to the Chevy Silverado have made it a highly desirable option among farmers, ranchers, developers and anyone who needs a truck capable of serious work. A 52 percent-increase in max towing has led to a properly-equipped 2020 Silverado 3500HD capable of towing 35,500 pounds. A payload maximum of 7,442 pounds makes the all-new Silverado, when properly equipped, an absolute force.
Towing over 17 tons requires technological and safety features designed to keep everything stable and monitored. A 15-camera setup keeps eyes all over your trailer, and an all-new “Transparent Trailer” mode provides a clear view through your trailer so you can see right behind it.
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