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    Spying: The Inside (and Outside) Story of the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado

    A fresh stack of spy shots of the upcoming 2019 Chevrolet Silverado has arrived and we have gotten our first look at the interior.

    The picture reveals that the blocky dash design of the current truck is sticking around. The center stack design is similar to what you'll find in the GMC Acadia. It appears this mule is running a new version of Chevrolet's MyLink system with a new status bar along the bottom.

    We also got some new clues on the 2019 Silverado's exterior. It appears Chevrolet is keeping the blocky profile shape. The front end gets new headlights with LEDs and a revised bumper.

    We still don't know much about powertrains for the 2019 Silverado except that a 10-speed automatic that was jointly developed with Ford will be showing up.

    Source: Motor Authority


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    inside looks cool.  Outside looks like maybe Chevy has been sniffing Ford glue; it's almost got some shaping like the F150's.  And not digging the little hofmeister kink on the base of the rear door window.

    But hey its all spy photos so who knows what it will really look like.  I do like the current ones, they way they have massaged the look the last couple years.

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    SHould be good.  With the updated 18 F-150 and this and a new ram coming for 19, should be really awesome.  I think there are a couple japanese Fullsize trucks too, but they don't count. 

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    46 minutes ago, Stew said:

    SHould be good.  With the updated 18 F-150 and this and a new ram coming for 19, should be really awesome.  I think there are a couple japanese Fullsize trucks too, but they don't count. 

    The Titan was redesigned a couple years ago, but the Tundra dates back over a decade, with an MCE 4 years ago...wonder when an all-new one incoming...

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    I am not a big fan of the Titan's design and the lack of a regular cab/short bed model is annoying.  The Tundra is so far behind, particularly in powertrain tech it is insane.  Not to mention the last gen F-150 dash.  Now, just because it is old doesn't mean it can't be modern.  The Ram has been constantly updated which has kept it competitive. 

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    Nissan probably wisely chose not to offer a regular cab/short bed combo, it would have sold maybe a few dozen units annually, at most?   No demand anymore for such a body style...I think Ford and GM offer such a combination, but I can't recall the last time I saw one...

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    It's my absolute favorite fullsize truck bodystyle... followed by regular cab longbed.  I still see them from time to time... local GMC dealer has an SLE Z71 in their showroom right now.  :wub:

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    I know you like them, I like them also..I esp. like the older regular cab short beds w/ the old school step side beds.  But in today's market, it seems anything that isn't a 4dr isn't selling well...

    (If I ever had an old truck as a hobby vehicle, I'd want an '80s Chevy or GMC short bed step side...always liked the look).

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    I've never cared for the 'fenderside' versions of any truck of any generation after the early 60s- they just look like 2 different trucks welded together IMO. Even the '57 F-250 I owned was a Styleside (first year).

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