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"Our sources tell us that with this new Silverado, GM is accelerating its efforts to create an aluminum-intensive body to match the Ford F-series trucks. The next-gen truck — reportedly being developed with the internal code name T1XC — is expected to reach the market in late 2018 as a 2019 model. Our sources also told us that GM has made great efforts to refine its production processes with these lightweight materials, and promises a lighter, stronger and more efficient truck than its competitors.

"It will be interesting to see how the next Silverado ultimately stacks up against the current F-150, and how GM will spin its recent criticism of aluminum-intensive trucks when it has one of its own. Now that we know that next-generation Silverado prototypes exist, we'll be on the lookout to catch them on the road. Stay tuned."

Anyone see how fat ass that A Pillar is? 

 

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So can we do the Dump test again on both trucks beds to see which one holds up best?

:roflmao: 

A pillar is well disguised, so not sure it is that much fatter based on that blurry picture.

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2 minutes ago, dfelt said:

So can we do the Dump test again on both trucks beds to see which one holds up best?

:roflmao: 

A pillar is well disguised, so not sure it is that much fatter based on that blurry picture.

Are you talking about the picture from the outside looking into the cabin from the passenger window?

It may be disguised under the 12" of plastic and grab handle...

 

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7 minutes ago, FordCosworth said:

Are you talking about the picture from the outside looking into the cabin from the passenger window?

It may be disguised under the 12" of plastic and grab handle...

 

Yup that side picture with all the camo and stuff, hard to say what the real size of it is.

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