But it won't be revealed until next year
After briefly showing it off in Texas last December, Chevrolet officially revealed the 2019 Silverado at this year’s Detroit auto show. With a new look, new platform, three engine options, and more spacious beds, the new Silverado looked ready to give the Ford F-150 and Ram 1500 a run for their money. Then in March, Chevy announced its commercial trucks, the Silverado 4500HD, 5500HD, and 6500HD. What we haven’t seen, though, is the next-generation Silverado HD. Until now.
The image above is only a teaser, but it does give us a few hints for what to expect when the Silverado HD officially arrives. The grille, for example, looks a lot like the one used on the 2019 Silverado work truck. It has a more premium look, and the headlights are a bit different, but expect the front end to borrow a lot of the work truck’s design cues. Look closely, and you can also see that the power bulge is actually a hood scoop.
Based on the brief glimpse we got at last week’s lineup reveal, we also know the new HD won’t get the same body style as the 2019 Silverado 1500. Instead, Chevrolet appears to have retained the look of the 2015 truck. Unfortunately, we don’t have any additional information on powertrains or pricing. Chevy says the new Silverado HD will go on sale in the third quarter of next year as a 2020 model, but you can expect a full reveal sometime in 2019.