2021 Chevy Silverado 1500 Offers New Packages, But Several Interesting Options Are Gone

The 2021 Silverado powertrains remains the same.

Chevy Silverado 1500 High Country

We have more details about the 2021 Chevy Silverado 1500 truck line-up thanks to the GMfleetorderguide.com website. The latest 2021 GM full-size trucks will get several updated packages, while other packages will be removed. Here are all the details we have so far.

The powertrains (engine/transmission combination) remain the same as before upon careful inspection of the order guide. Also, do not expect major interior redesign for these 2021 model year trucks. A major interior redo is rumored for the 2022 year.

2021 Chevy Silverado 1500

First, let’s take a look at the colors, options, and features that are going away for 2021.

Once again, these screenshots and lists come directly from gmfleetorderguide.com website. Do not be immediately alarmed by the removal of items such as the “(QT3) Tailgate” or “Trailer Camera Package”. It is difficult to decode what this means without the total and complete picture of every change and every new addition. The Texas Edition, LT Value, RST Value, and LTZ Texas Edition (package) get renamed and updated. These are not truly going away. It’s peculiar that the (B59) and the (XFE) fuel economy packages are listed as removed. We need to look further into it.

Now, let’s see what has been added!

It’s great to see more safety features being added across the board, including the 1WT work truck models. Wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto is also a nice touch. The Goodyear Wrangler Territory MT tires are very aggressive. This is very interesting. Chevy is adding them as a 20-inch wheel / tire combination. This could be meant for the 2021 Trail Boss trucks. We need to check into this as well.

Here are the other changes and deletions you can expect for the 2021 Silverado 1500.