Carhartt Tricks Out Chevrolet Silverado For SEMA

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Looking good, but a little tame for a SEMA show-off.

The Chevrolet Silverado saw a facelift in 2016 to keep it up to date with new offerings from various competitors, and it looks pretty good. We've seen special editions of the Silverado before, like the "murdered out" Realtree edition that made it's debut at SEMA 2015, and this latest one that's been officially leaked (yeah, that is a thing) ahead of this year's show. Chevrolet teamed up with Carhartt to create the Carhartt Silverado 2500HD Concept, a good-looking, albeit tame-for-SEMA truck.

As tame as it is, the truck will definitely stand out against a showroom model, and we can imagine many outdoorsy types will be quite impressed with it.


Carhartt has been around for nearly 130 years, it's been making workwear and military clothing since inception. The company also dabbled in making cars in 1911, so it's in the blood to join with Chevy. The HD receives a new interior fabric using Carhartt clothing materials, Carhartt's C logo in key places, a two-tone paint job (half matte and half gloss), blacked out chrome, 20-inch wheels (with antique nickel accents) and big tires, IBP wheel flares, front and rear tow hooks, an LED light bar, a custom tool box, electric outlets in the load bin, a wireless external trailering camera system, many GearOn cargo system accessories and a 1-inch lift kit. It could do well if it makes it to mass production, we'll keep you posted on that.

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