Chevrolet has just revealed the redesigned 2022 Silverado 1500, and it’s smarter, tougher, and more luxurious than ever before. Learn more about this all-new truck before it arrives on dealership lots next year.
For the first time ever in a pickup truck, Chevrolet is offering Super Cruise technology on the 2022 Silverado. This true hands-free driver assistance system is available in the Silverado High Country, and can be used on compatible roads in the U.S. and Canada. The system can even be used while pulling a trailer. Standard Chevy Safety Assist is also included on the new enhanced trims.
Chevrolet’s first-ever Silverado ZR2 comes with everything you need to tackle the wilderness right from the factory. Features include front and rear e-lockers and Multimatic DSSV dampers, plus suspension and chassis upgrades. It’s powered by a 6.2-liter V-8, 2.7-liter Turbo that’s paired to a 10-speed automatic transmission to achieve 420 horsepower and 460 lb-ft of torque.
Comfort and luxury
The 2022 Silverado 1500 has a completely redesigned interior. A 13.4-inch-diagonal color touchscreen and new 12.3-inch-diagonal digital instrument cluster gives the cabin a roomier feel, and the center console includes more available functions. In addition to Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay®, the new Silverado offers built-in Google Assistant with Google Maps and Google Play on the screen. The High Country also offers soft leather seating and door trim with real wood accents.
The 2022 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 will arrive at dealerships nationwide, such as Dave Kehl Chevrolet in Mechanicsburg, Ohio, in spring 2022.
Chevrolet and its iconic Silverado truck have debuted on the short form video platform TikTok with a new music video of country artist BRELAND’s “My Truck.” The new version of the song featured in the video includes the line “My Chevy truck,” shouting out the bowtie brand’s versatile lineup of pickup trucks.
Chevrolet is one of the first auto brands to launch a TikTok, reaching a wide range of new customers on a platform used largely by people in their early 20s, many of whom are joining the workforce or starting small businesses and need a reliable pickup.
The collab between BRELAND and Chevrolet was a match made in heaven, according to BRELAND, who said that Chevy “truly understand what makes truck culture so special.” BRELAND said that trucks are appealing to a younger and more diverse audience than ever, which is why TikTok was a perfect platform to showcase the Silverado 1500.
“They appreciate that truck enthusiasts are getting younger and more diverse, and that insight was the inspiration for the original version of the song,” said BRELAND. “Coming to the table with that shared perspective made the collaborative process of rewriting ‘My Truck’ so much fun.”
The music video was filmed in different areas of Nashville, Tennessee, which was intended to portray the diversity of the city, Chevy truck customers, and the 2021 Chevrolet Silverado lineup. BRELAND is featured singing in front of Silverado trucks in a field, riding in a Silverado on a racetrack, and interacting with other Chevy drivers at a busy fairground.
Whether you’re on TikTok or still figuring out MySpace, the 2021 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 has something for you. Check it out at Dave Kehl Chevrolet in Mechanicsburg, Ohio.