SEMA is an exciting time for car and truck lovers. If you’ve been eagerly awaiting the show and can’t wait to see what designs Chevy is bringing to the table, then you should take a look at our little preview of what Chevy has for SEMA 2016!
2017 Silverado HD Carhartt Concept at SEMA
We like the custom trucks that Chevy busts out for events like SEMA. Need further proof? Just look back at our post about the RealTree Silverado. The 2017 Silverado HD Carhartt concept deserves our attention and respect. The concept is based on the 2017 Silverado 2500 HD but has a number of added features to increase both functionality and appearance. On top of the Silverado 2500 HD’s already impressive capabilities, you’ll find trailering mirrors and camera system, all-weather floor liners, assist steps, perimeter bed lighting, black bowtie emblems, and a bed-mounted toolbox.
But let’s not take away from the cool new look that the Carhartt concept also features. This new concept also is rocking a variety of custom equipment that includes: 20-inch LED light bar, electrical outlets in the truck bed, antique nickel accents on the exterior, and Carhartt gold pinstripe graphics.
Chevy Blue Line Concepts at SEMA 2016
There are two more models from Chevy making their way to SEMA that we want to discuss today, and they are the Malibu and Cruze RS hatch Blue Line concepts. These two both blend style, performance, function and more.
The Malibu Blue Line has a more athletic stance and comes with a ground effects kit, black grille insert, black bowtie emblems, a rear spoiler, suspension lowering kit, floor liners, illuminated doorsills, and a sport pedal kit.
The 2017 Cruze RS hatchback is a similar story. It also comes with the premium Genesis White exterior paint, and has other sporty features like blue-tinted windows, 18-inch wheels and more. You can also expect to find these added features for the Blue Line concept: chrome grille insert, suspension lowering kit, performance brake package, performance air intake system,
Performance exhaust system.