Chevrolet’s latest pick-up model is the 2014 Silverado High Country, a luxury truck meant to represent a serious competitor against the likes of Ram Laramie Longhorn or Ford F-150 King Ranch. This baby will only be available with a 5.3-liter V-8 enginewith fuel-saving technology. Whenever the sturdy monster doesn’t need all cylinders to work together, it can shut off four of them and thus save gas.
Among the distinctive features of the car are the many eye-catching chrome details, which are present on the massive grille, door handles, mirrors and sills. The bumpers are nicely painted in body color, and the 20-inch alloys are wrapped in P275/55R20 tires.
Inside, the new Silverado High Country boasts plush saddle-brown leather, and nice wooden trims. Also part of the standard package is the park assist, the premium audio system from Bose, and an 8-inch display with touchscreen. Other optional features will also be available, but they will obviously rise the approximately $45,000 base price.