Chevrolet has officially unveiled three more concept cars during the 2014th edition of the SEMA Motor Show.
Chevrolet has recently pulled the wraps off three brand new concepts during the 2014 SEMA Motor Show. First up is the so-called Silverado High Desert Concept, which has been based on the Silverado High Country. The model in question is coming with a stylized sport bar, with a lockable bed cover, with body colored front and rear bumpers, with a revised front grille, with a Brembo braking system and it is riding on 22-inch aluminum wheels, amongst others.
The cabin of the one-off vehicle has received the MyLink infotainment system, the heated and cooled front seats, the saddle brown perforated leather upholstery, the embroidered headrests, the Bose audio system and so on. Power to this vehicle is being provided by a 6.2 liter V8 unit, rated at 420 HP (313 kW) and 623 Nm (460 lb-ft) of torque. Besides the Silverado High Desert, the company has also unveiled the Tahoe and the Suburban Premium Outdoors Concepts. These are coming with different front grille, a unique interior with a two-tone leather upholstery, illuminated sill plates, Brembo brakes and 22-inch aluminum wheels.