Early spy shots of the redesigned Chevrolet Silverado HD didn’t reveal much, with heavy camouflage and coating obscuring the truck’s design changes. A new batch of photos get closer to the truck, showing subtle exterior styling tweaks and offering a look at the revamped interior for the first time.
The exterior will get a design refresh, with the split headlight design being replaced with a more traditional setup. However, the stacked layout remains. Chevrolet tries to hide the design changes, but there are telltale signs it’s the Silverado HD, like the visible notch in the taillights. A bulge on the front fenders under the camouflage likely hides the model’s “High Country” badge, and it shows when you peek inside the truck for the first time.
Photos show a massively revamped interior that borrows heavily from the refreshed 2022 Silverado. However, the presence of the column selector reveals its HD status and highlights the other changes made to the center console. It has side-by-side cup holders, freeing up storage space. Looks like Chevy tweaked the armrest and center storage bin.
We don’t know if Chevy will change the truck’s powertrain choices, but it might make some changes to the diesel. The automaker could boost the 6.6-liter Duramax’s output to 500 horsepower (372 kilowatts) and 1,000 pound-feet (1,355 Newton-meters) of torque, bringing it closer to rivals at Ford and Ram. We expect the current powertrain crop to remain largely unchanged. The truck will be available in a variety of configurations.
We don’t know when Chevrolet will unveil the redesigned Silverado HD. The current pickup first went on sale for the 2020 model year, so it’s not that old. All signs point to an early 2023 debut, with the pickup going on sale later in the year for 2024. Chevy revamps its Silverado HD as Ford prepares to launch its new F-Series Super Duty pickup . However, we expect Ford to break cover before the end of 2022, potentially going on sale for the 2023 model year.