Silverado has a refreshed interior on the LT trim and above, incorporating new materials into a design that gives the cabin a spacious and more premium feel.
The new interior is rooted in a driver-oriented instrument panel that incorporates a bold 13.4-inch-diagonal horizontal touchscreen, along with a 12.3-inch-diagonal digital, configurable instrument cluster. Notably, the vertical elements of the 2021 model’s instrument panel have been replaced with horizontal lines and floating elements that enhance the feeling of spaciousness to the Silverado’s cabin.
“It’s a more contemporary, refined design that elevates the premium nature of the interior,” said Alexandre Scartezini, Chevrolet Truck lead interior designer. “It’s also a more driver-oriented space that’s connected to our performance heritage, with a hint of Corvette influence in its design DNA.”
Additionally, the new center console incorporates an available electronic shift controller in models with bucket seats.
The look and feel of the interior are elevated with new available colors, seat designs and more premium materials throughout. That’s especially true for the top-level High Country trim, which features new and unique elements including:
Authentic open-pore wood trim on the console, upper glove box and doors
Standard leather seating surfaces with an exclusive custom perforation and stitching pattern
Stainless steel speaker grilles with the Bose premium audio system, standard on High Country and LTZ
Two interior color choices, Jet Black or Nightshift Blue
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