We’ve already written a little about the Chevy Malibu and Chevy Cruze Blue Line concept vehicles that will be making their debut at SEMA 2016. Now we have a first look at a vehicle suited for a different driver need. The 2017 Chevy Silverado 2500HD Carhartt concept at SEMA 2016 combines powerful truck capability with the sensibility of the Carhartt jacket brand.
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2017 Chevy Silverado 2500HD Carhartt Concept at SEMA 2016
The aesthetic of the 2017 Chevy Silverado 2500HD Carhartt concept was based on hard work and can-do attitude. The no-nonsense Jet Black interior of this concept truck features signature Carhartt duck brown garment material as seat, armrest and door panel accents, and also features triple-stitched seams like on the jacket. That fabric is also used in the custom tonneau cover. This heavy-duty concept truck also features the Carhartt logo on the headrests and antique nickle-finish trim.
“Thousands of people go to work every day and earn their paycheck in a Chevy truck while wearing a Carhartt,” said Sandor Piszar, Chevrolet Truck marketing director, in a recent Chevy press release. “Those products’ durability and versatility earn respect and loyalty that’s passed on — and that’s exactly what this concept explores.”
Practical Work Features on the Silverado HD Carhartt Truck
Of course this concept truck isn’t just about looking good: it’s also about the dependability and quality that comes standard in every Silverado HD. This top-of-the-line concept also boasts features like a bed-mounted toolbox and swing-out tool chest, assist steps, perimeter bed lighting, trailering mirrors with an advanced camera system, a 20-inch LED light bar and electrical outlets in the bed.
This truck also comes equipped with the all-new Duramax 6.6-liter V8 turbo-diesel engine, rated for a take-no-prisoners 445 horsepower and 910 pound-feet of torque. Keep watching this blog to learn more about other great Chevy concepts tha will be making their appearance at SEMA 2016.