2014 GM Full Size Trucks Revealed
Information on General Motors’ all-new Silverado and Sierra is widely available on the internet as of 9:30 AM eastern time today. Likewise a similar set of photographs is popping up all over but many sites are sharing only smaller versions.
Nothing new here in the way of news but I’ve uploaded some high-resolution versions of the pictures.
Below are pictures of the all-new 2014 Chevrolet Silverado and GM Sierra full size pickup trucks. I’ve zoomed in on some of them; if you’d like to see even higher resolution or a close up of a certain spot, feel free to ask and I can add to the list.
Click on the thumbnails below to see larger versions.
2014 Chevrolet Silverado
Definitely a Chevrolet here. Even though Chevy’s latest passenger cars have been employing a non-bisected, somewhat Camaro-inspired grille, the cross bar remains on the new Silverado; perfectly acceptable as it is perfectly recognizable. To me, the front end comes across as a merging of the 1988 and 2007 models.
While I was hoping for a bit more revolution than evolution for the exterior, the interior shows a good amount of advancement over the outgoing model and, to me, all looks good. I really like the placement of the gauges on the instrument panel and from what I read, the infotainment center is entirely controlled by physical buttons; probably best.
The overall look of the GMC is a heavily sculpted one but not overly so. The headlights look a little busy to me but do a good job differentiating the truck from its Chevrolet cousin.
I really like the trim that lines the fender well openings. Not sure if that is optional, specific to certain models or what, but it offers a finished look. I also cannot tell if that is an indication that there are liners on the insides of the rear fender wells; it would be a proper feature on the GMCs, I think.
I’ll have to look further into it but, at first glance, it looks like the differences between the GMC and Chevy interiors is limited to materials and lighting colors. Although, the Sierra, particularly the upper-end models, will likely offer a few gizmos the Silverado won’t.