2020 Chevy Duramax Construction we will probably see that more aluminum is used for weight saving, as well as the absorption

2020 Chevy Duramax

2020 Chevy Duramax welcome to our website carsauthority.com a website that discusses various types of car models that are popular in the world, we really expect our website to be your choice in speaking automotive world, I hope you enjoy our review. Another piece of the Fullsize Chevy truck puzzle is slowly being revealed. 

The brand Bowtie plans to officially reveal the 2020 Chevy Silverado HD sometime next year, and although this is all very vague, pickup fans have at least one teaser to get obsessed with. Chevy suggests  "bolder, bigger proportions " For the 2020 Silverado HD, and from the look of the teaser, that may be an understatement.

2020 Chevy Duramax


Immediately visible is a large, bold, chrome lattice with the Chevrolet script, which appears in a cutout relief that makes the mesh of the grill shine through. The Chrome center line of this grill cuts through, which can be double lighting elements, LEDs at the top and more traditional reflector units below. A heavily massive hooded shovel sits on a power shovel, which can or may not be necessary to cover what is probably an improved Duramax diesel engine, but either way, it is an in-your-face design element with its chromed front edge.

This early sneak peek gives us a glimpse of the next-gen Silverado HD in Z71 trim, which means that there can be more than one fascia. At least at this trim level there seems to be no golden Bowtie that leads the way. Even though we didn't get a glimpse back, we wouldn't be surprised if the Chevrolet name was stamped in the tailgate.

Chevy says that on-road testing will start for its next generation of HD pickups (which is kinda funny since we've already seen spy photos of the trucks in the wild). Expect that in the coming months a whole heck of a lot more detail will be filtered out, including engine specifications and important towing and payload values. In the meantime, you may want to disassemble the teaser image above.

Chevrolet has historically come out with a next-generation HD truck model year after its ½ sound, and with news from the 2020 Chevrolet Silverado HD chasing the heels of the newly unveiled 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 ½ Sound (and 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 4500HD/5500HD/6500HD medium truck), GM has confirmed that this trend will continue. While Chevrolet did not reveal any of the new juicy Secrets of 2500HD and 3500hdas, it indicated that "larger portions of the truck will be immediately visible."

From the look of the teaser and what we know about the 2019 Silverado 1500, we can postulate a little bit about the truck. It seems likely that the styling of the HD will reflect the ½ sound, with rounder Radbrunnen, similar-yet-bolder and larger front-end features with improved aerodynamics, and a similarly constructed interior. Maybe she shares a taxi with the 1500, as the competition already does. The hood scoop, which was introduced on the 2017 Silverado HD Duramax models, remains, but appears flatter and wider, stuck in a seemingly completely redesigned hood. The Z71 shown in the teaser image have more of a Chevrolet emblem in the grid than the traditional Bowtie. The drag mirrors appear Chevy-esque, but is that a single postarm instead of a double?

2020 Chevy Duramax

2020 Chevy Duramax

Construction we will probably see that more aluminum is used for weight saving, as well as the absorption of more high-solid steel. It seems sensible to anticipate a shock both in performance and torque, which will increase the current 445 horsepower and 915 lb-ft torque of the L5P Duramax diesel engine. Towing and payload could also get a small push. Perhaps the storage boxes and the power lower and lift tailgate will find their way from the 1500 to the HDS.

We can expect more information next year, which means we have to wait a long time before we see this beast on the road — even though the on-road tests will start in the near future. Production models are expected to roll out from the Flint, Michigan assembly lines in the third quarter of 2019.

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