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Discussion in 'Auto News & Rumors' started by IronMike3406, Dec 16, 2017.
What I find interesting is how low the fuel door is on the 2019 Silverado.
I just want to peel off that hanging piece of front fender. It's like a gross skin tag.
They took some cues from the Colorado and slapped them onto this Silverado, as well as GM's current design language, most notably the curve about the wheel arch. I see some Tundra along the side, some Nissan/Infiniti/Lexus with that tab cutting into the headlights, some Ford in front and back... a mashup.
I won't pass judgement on this vehicle.
You can see through the front fenders.
That's pretty cool for an off road model. That definitely leads me to believe that the front fenders won't intrude on the bumper for the regular trim levels though. It wouldn't look right on an LTZ or High Country.
While they're probably pretty good vehicles overall, both the Ford and Chevy look just a little to weird in the corners of the front end. I personally have found the Dodge, er Ram, to be a much better looking truck ever since they adopted the Big Rig look over 20 years ago. Sure hope they haven't screwed up the looks of the newest one, soon to debut.
2019 Chevrolet Silverado reveal kicks off 2018 Detroit auto show (at http://www.mlive.com/auto/index.ssf/2018/01/2019_chevy_silverado.html ) Reminiscent of the Cherokee debut . Either like it or hate it.
The blue and brown ones look really nice. But that interior is a disappointment.
They talked about all these new tie down spots but i have yet to see a layout that looks new
Hummm...the front is so tall looking, something looks off.
I think they have a winner, any shots of the GMC version out yet?
I like that they finally parted with the squared off wheel wells. The headlights are just too small and look way out of proportion. The big news there is the upcoming 3.0 liter inline 6 diesel that's coming with it.