• Join TFL for LIVE Reveal of the 2019 Chevy Silverado 1500 Lineup: Jan 13th, 2018 6:25pm EST

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    2019 Chevy Silverado 1500

    Please join TFLtruck team for a LIVE stream from the reveal event of the all-new 2019 Chevy Silverado 1500.

    You can find it easily on our TFLnow Youtube channel, starting at approximately 6:25pm EST on Saturday January 13th, 2018. Please watch it live and comment with your questions. We will attempt to ask as many questions as possible after the live event.

    Chevy is promising to unveil the “full Silverado lineup” at the Saturday event. What engines will power the new Silverado? What trim levels and package be available? How about more specifications?

    We have to wait a little longer, but you can always watch this brief introduction of the new Chevy half-ton from the Texas Motor Speedway below. This video lists everything we know so far about the new truck. We will learn so much more tomorrow.

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    26 thoughts on “Join TFL for LIVE Reveal of the 2019 Chevy Silverado 1500 Lineup: Jan 13th, 2018 6:25pm EST

    1. Will they reveal a new diesel.

      Will they reveal a new electric driven hybrid with a range extender?

      Best yet, please reveal a new diesel hybrid range extender.

      30-40 mpg and plug in capabilities both to charge the truck, but also to plug tools into the truck.

      Otherwise, it will just be a yawn.

      BTW, it probably will be a yawn.

    2. Big day for GM,for sure.Not that I am worried,they sold more trucks this year and increased market share and drove inventory down below what it told investor’s who were worried with a 174 day supply back in July.These guys know what there doing.

    3. I did not like the look of the current generation Silverado, but I do like the look of the Colorado. This next generation Silverado looks nice. Hoping they too also put a small diesel in it. I would like one in a WT trim with a diesel.

    4. I do like that front end grille and bumper look.A very aggressive look even progressive as well.The Chevrolet letter across the grille is really a nice touch.I would like to see the chrome version of this style.

    5. I would be curious about availability of the 6.2 in lower trims. Also how the truck “feels” in the driver seat – visibility, seating position, steering wheel centered, etc. If they can match Ford on the feel from the driver’s seat and get that 6.2 into more work trucks they’ll have a huge winner.

        1. I said here several times long time ago that the 4.3 is big v-6 engine, and that competition has gone smaller to improve fuel mileage. I said several times that gm needs a smaller standard engine to compete. Shoot Ford went smaller with there standard engine from 3.5 to 3.3 here in 2018. Also increased hp. I also believe that the same thing could happen with ram.

            1. I have the 4.3L and it was the first V6 gas to convince I dont need a V8. Excluding the 3.5 ecoboost that thing was a beast but I did not want to buy it. The 4.3 is a great truck engine.

        2. EPA rates the 3.6 in the collie @ 18/25/20 and the 4.3 in the current Silverado @18/24/20 both 2wd. The collie also has the 8 spd trans while the 4.3 still has the 6 spd. Real world numbers are obviously different but I don’t see the current 3.6 they have getting better economy in a larger heavier truck. Not saying they won’t switch to the 3.6, I just don’t see it from an economy standpoint.

          Looking forward to the reveal though.

    6. I’m hoping we hear about a V6 variant of the LMK. Give it a slight destroke to help it RPM and we could see 3.3L, 300HP, and something like 18/26/23. And actually get it.

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