Is This the Exterior of the New Chevrolet Silverado ZRX?
GM Authority believes they have spotted the new Chevrolet Silverado ZRX driving on the road. Based on their spy shots, there’s some speculation on what the off-road truck’s exterior might include.
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Potential exterior features
The Silverado ZRX is expected to be positioned above the Silverado Trail Boss. As such, it appears that Chevrolet based the ZRX model upon the LT Trail Boss model. The models seem to share similar tailgates, beds, and exterior designs.
It also looks as though the Silverado ZRX has a shorter front bumper than other Silverado bumpers, which would give it an improved approach angle. There also don’t seem to be fog lights on the front bumper.
The ZRX model’s rear end currently looks like the rear end of the LT Trail Boss model. Overall, the Silverado ZRX should be a larger model and have a sizable suspension setup, which includes new bumpers, electronic lockers on the rear and front, and DSSV dampers from MultiMatic.
The pickup is anticipated to draw power from the 6.2-liter V8 L87 EcoTec3 engine, which delivers 420 horsepower and 460 lb-ft of torque. This engine would pair with a new 10-speed automatic transmission. The ZRX model might also add a turbodiesel 3.0-liter LM2 inline-six Duramax engine as an option.
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The rumors about the new Chevrolet Silverado ZRX are mainly based on an early prototype of the model, which means there will likely be many changes made to the exterior as it’s further developed. Once Chevrolet reveals more information about the off-road pickup, we at The News Wheel will be sure to keep you updated.
News Source: GM Authority
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