Chevy Partners with RVIA and NATM
There are plenty of reasons that families and individuals want premium towing power. Whether they need to haul a horse trailer to a fair around Manitoba, or enjoy moving a boat or serious cargo with ease, it is important for truck owners to have competent and easy-to-use trailering options. To make current advanced Chevy towing technology even better, Chevrolet has partnered with two other groups. With the Recreational Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) and the National Association of Trailer Manufacturers (NATM), Chevrolet plans to make even better options for customer’s trailering needs.
We don’t have news about what advanced Chevy towing technology may come out of these partnerships. However, here at Craig Dunn Motor City we think that even more intuitive and driver-optimized towing technology will be on the way. There have already been some recent advances making towing and hauling much easier.
Advanced Chevy Towing Technology
Chevy truck owners can already enjoy several advnaced features when it comes to trailering with confidence. Some of them include an elite trailering camera that can show a view from up to four locations in and around a trailer; digital steering assistance first available on the 2016 Chevy Silverado HD, and a convenient 5th wheel trailering packages that allows drivers to have their trucks optimized for heavy hauling straight from the factory floor.
“Our owners are often towing something, from an RV to construction equipment, that is more valuable than their truck,” said Tim Herrick, General Motors future truck executive chief engineer, in a recent Chevy press release. “Unequivocally, they tell us that they are looking for a better towing experience. Safer, easier, with more integration between their trailer and their truck.”
Keep watching the Craig Dunn Motor City blog, or contact a member of our sales team, to learn more about advanced Chevy towing technology available now and coming in the future.