They allegedly won’t arrive until the 2024 model year.
Consumers continue to choose trucks, and automakers are responding by expanding their model lines. With the ZR2 and AT4, respectively, General Motors has added off-road versions to the Chevy Silverado 1500 and GMC Sierra 1500. If a new Muscle Cars and Trucks rumour is accurate, GM’s 2024 lineup will have more variety.
The duo will reportedly be available with one of two engines: a 6.6-liter gas engine or a 6.6-liter diesel engine. Both are V8 engines. The Silverado HD’s gas engine produces 401 horsepower (299 kilowatts) and 464 pound-feet (621 Newton-meters) of torque. The Duramax diesel engine produces 445 horsepower (331 kW) and torque of 910 lb-ft (1,233 Nm).
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The two will receive a slew of enhancements that will improve their off-road capabilities. According to the source, redesigned bumpers for improved clearance, skid plates, heavy-duty dampers, and locking front and rear differentials would be among the parts. Along with the wider tyres, these pieces should greatly enhance the truck’s ground clearance.
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While the two will receive similar off-road modifications, there will be differences between them. The two will have differing suspension adjustments, according to the report. The GMC will almost certainly have superior standard equipment and materials, as well as a higher price, as is typical of GM’s Chevy/GMC price split.
We’ll have to wait a bit to see the new vehicles, as the source estimates that they won’t be available until the 2024 model year. The current-generation HD pickups are due for a refresh at that time. The Ford Super Duty Tremor and the Ram HD Power Wagon are both heavy-duty off-road pickups that Ford and Ram have dabbled in. We’ll see whether there’s room for two more people.
Source: Muscle Cars and Trucks
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