Chevrolet has unveiled the all-new 2019 Silverado ahead of its official debut at the North American International Auto Show.
Shown in the truck's new Trailboss trim, the images reveal the 2019 Silverado has an evolutionary front fascia with a squared off appearance which hints at its rugged capabilities.
Chevrolet is keeping details under wraps but we can see the truck features LED headlights, a massive grille, and distinctive LED daytime running lights. Moving further back, the Silverado eschews the bulging fender flares of its predecessor for new bodywork which incorporates gentle creases and strong character lines.
The styling changes continue out back as the Silverado adopts a new tailgate which has massive "Chevrolet" lettering. Other notable changes include new taillights, a dual exhaust system, and a rear bumper with integrated steps.
We can expect to learn more about the truck next month but it appears the Trailboss variant will feature black accents on the grille, bumpers, and wheels. The model is also slated to have an assortment of off-road focused goodies including a two-inch suspension lift.
Engine options remain unconfirmed but Chevrolet says the redesigned model uses high-tensile-strength steel and higher-grade alloy materials in its construction. Thanks to these changes, the truck promises to be lighter and more rigid than its predecessor.
We'll have more information about the truck when the North American International Auto Show kicks off on January 14th.