SEMA Hype is all the rage in Las Vegas. Chevrolet trucks didn't disappoint during the show. However, it seemed to have outnumbered and outshined Ford's F-150 Raptor, Ram Wagon and other heavy duty trucks.
2017 Chevy Colorado ZH2 Concept
The Chevy Colorado is a camouflaged donned concept It has been reported that the U.S military has considered using this type for field operations.
The truck is of striking proportions standing 6.5 ft tall and seven feet wide. It has 37-inch tires to boot and traverse all terrains. The skid plate it wore certainly hints it is meant to be off-the-road.
The engine will come as a surprise. It has a hydrogen fuel battery. The military has considered this option due to its silence. The power efficiency and sustainability of the car was just a bonus, according to .
Chevy Hurley Concept
This one is designed for surfers. Designed with Ventiprene interiors it is meant easily dry after water exposure. Simply put Ventiprene, developed by , is the breathable version of Neoprene.
The Hurley Concept's exteriors are very inviting for off-road activity. It sports a cargo rack, bed cover and killer off-road tires. It can certainly take up more than surfing tasks.
2017 Chevy Silverado 2500 HD Alaskan Edition Concept
Carhartt's concept redefines Chevy's heavy-duty pick- ups. The car was conceptualized in partnership with the Michigan-based clothing line.
The 2017 Chevy Silverado concept was equipped with LTE WiFi hotspot inclusive of a power outlet located in the truck's bed. The truck has Carhartt fabric all throughout. It was used in the armrests, door inserts and seats.
We've seen the evolution of these trucks over time. It has adjusted to the American lifestyle unique to each state. The pick-up truck is certainly a family if not an indispensable business staple for most households.
We certainly can't wait how these trucks will evolve in next year's SEMA Car Show in 2017. We will definitely be on the look-out once more!