Chevy is rolling four trucks into the 2018 SEMA show this week, and we want to know which one you would like to park in your driveway the most.
The Chevy SEMA trucks are all about showcasing all of the available accessories for the 2019 Silverado.
First is the High Country Concept, going full luxury with an illuminated gold bowtie grille emblem, a chrome tailgate handle, underseat organizer, locking storage in the center console, front-row premium all-weather floor mats with Chevy script and a rear-seat DVD player. The truck also has a two-inch lift, 6.2-liter V8 with dual exhuast and a cold-air intake, and Brembo brakes.
The LTZ Concept packs trailering tech and performance parts, and everything on this truck is available from the dealership. It has the trailering camera package, 22-inch wheels, black bowtie grilles, an underseat organzier, rear-seat entertainment and a 5.3-liter cold-air intake and single exit exhaust upgrade.
The RST Off-Road truck is a looker, coming with a two-inch lift, 5.3-liter cold-ait intake, 18-inch wheels finished in Carbon Flash, all-terrain tires, Sliverado Custom emblems in black, side-mounted bed storage, a 40-inch LED light bar from Baja Designs, Off-road Squadron sport lamps from Baja Designs and a rear underseat lockbox from Tuffy.
Finally we have the RST Street Truck, packing Black Silverado bladges, 22-inch wheels in high-gloss black, carbon fiber exhuast tips, a 5.3-liter cat-back exhuast, a one-piece hard tonneau cover and a 200-watt powered subwoofer and 200-watt DAP Amp by Kicker.