2010 SEMA unveils two custom Silverados from Chevrolet

2010 SEMA unveils two custom Silverados from Chevrolet

This week SEMA Auto Show was busy with unveiling concepts and presenting some really interesting debuts, among which we can name the two custom Silverado pick-ups unveiled by the Chevrolet automaker.
The two heavy-duty pick-up trucks were based on the redesigned 2011 Silverado and we can describe the first as being a 2500HD Z71 and offering some unique exterior upgrades, such as a new grille that comes in a perfect match with the body color, roof lights and 20-inch wheels which appear fitted with heavy-duty off-road tires and also painted Corvette Competition Gray.
Two-tone leather upholstery and painted trim fit the cabin in order to provide comfort and pleasure as well as an in-car entertainment system which includes Bluetooth, USB and, even more impressive a WIFI connectivity, thus meeting accomplishing all the customerís needs.
The second car model is represented by a 3500HD Race Silverado, one that was wrapped in chrome ornaments with 17-inch alloy wheels and in interior beautifully finished in ebony leather and piano-black trim.
6.6-liter Duramax V8 turbodiesel engines raising an output of no more than 397 hp and 1036 Nm of torque will provide power to the two Chevrolet models.
The lead designer Paul Arnon reported to the press that the new Silverado HD truck is the property that any enthusiast driver would like to own.