Chevrolet Carhartt Silverado Concept is Ready for SEMA


This year, we will be able to see all kinds of modified wonders at the SEMA show in Las Vegas. Although this may be the case, the Chevrolet designed a Silverado 2500HD Carhartt concept that is kind of subtle, but it still looks amazing. Let’s take a look.

First of all, the car has a combination of different variants of black. On the top, we can see matte black, whereas the gloss black is on the bottom part of the car. These two colors are separated by a thin gold stripe and there are additional details painted in gold for a perfect combination of colors.

The concept car is equipped with the new 6.6-liter Duramax engine. Furthermore, the Silverado will appear with the grille, mirror caps, tow rings and 20-inch wheels which are painted in a nickel-finish color. On the door, we can see a Carhartt logo in gold color. Moreover, power outlets are added to the bed as well as a 20-inch LED light bar to the front.

In addition to the standard black cabin, duck brown material is found on the seats, door panels, and armrests. You can see the triple stitch design, which makes Carhartt stand out. Moreover, Carhartt fabric is used for the bed’s tonneau cover. Gauge cluster center console and doors will have nickel-finish details.

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This concept looks amazing and it can be produced as a special-edition truck someday. It would be a nice addition to already existent special Silverados. The Chevrolet truck division marketing director, Sandor Piszar said: “Thousands of people go to work every day and earn their paycheck in a Chevy truck while wearing a Carhartt.“

What do you think about the new Chevy?