Chevy has recently announced its plans to introduce the brand new Silverado Cheyenne during the 2013 SEMA Motor Show, which will officially open its gates later on this week.
With one of the most important automotive events for custom cars and one-off vehicles in the world, the 2013 SEMA Motor Show, getting ready to open its gates this week, Chevrolet couldn’t stay aside and lose the opportunity of unveiling a concept version of the Silverado, which has been named the Silverado Cheyenne Concept. The model in question is based, of course, on the new Silverado generation, in its regular cab version, which has received some updates.
Chevrolet says that the new Silverado Cheyenne Concept is now getting front and rear bumpers, tailgate and cargo box made from carbon fiber, and this translates into 200 pounds shed off. The model is also getting a rear stabilizer bar, a dropped ride height, Brembo carbon ceramic braking system, a Borla exhaust and much more. The Chevrolet Cheyenne Concept is now taking its power from the 6.2 liter small-block V8, with 420 HP and 460 lb-ft, instead of the 5.3L V8. More details on the model in question will be announced during the 2013 SEMA Motor Show.