Love seeing all the different models that are put on display during SEMA? So do we! Take a look at the different trucks that Chevy brought to SEMA in 2016. Some of the trucks below are only concepts for now, but there are a couple that you’ll soon see available!
Colorado ZH2 at SEMA in 2016
The Colorado ZH2 is probably the most unique out of all the Chevy trucks at SEMA in 2016. The ZH2 is an off-roading truck that runs on a hydrogen fuel cell. SEMA is the first time that this special truck has been seen, but it won’t be the last. The Colorado ZH2 will be tested by the U.S. Army in 2017 and is likely to serve as a point of inspiration for designs in the future. This model has 12 inches of ground clearance, a top speed of 60 mph, a 48-degree approach angle, and a39-degree departure angle.
Silverado HD Alaskan Edition at SEMA
Winter will be here soon, so the Silverado HD Alaskan Edition concept is the kind of truck that we can really get behind. Luckily, this isn’t just a fun concept from Chevy, but is also previewing the future Alaskan Edition package. The Alaskan Edition Silverado HD features a custom blue exterior with grizzly bear graphics, silver trim, and a snow plow. The production Alaskan edition will be available on the 2017 Silverado HD Work Truck and LT trims, and the snowplow prep package will be offered across all trims.
Colorado Z71 Hurley Concept for SEMA
So far we’ve had one off-roading truck and one that will turn a snowy path back into a road — now it’s time to look at the perfect beach truck. The Colorado Z71 Hurley concept is specially made to accommodate surfer gear. The concept truck even has an interior with water-resistant seat covers. Also, with its 7,000 pounds of trailering weight, you’ll be able to bring along the surfboards and a boat or jet skis.
Silverado 1500 High Desert at SEMA 2016
The Silverado 1500 High Desert is one more truck concept at SEMA that is based on a production edition. The High Desert package adds a lockable and water-resistant cargo storage system in the bed of the truck. This means you can take advantage of the expanded space a truck bed offers, but also have the safety of being able to lock things up.