For the vast majority of Chevy's truck history, you see that heavy duty trucks consisted of another chassis code and greater payload and tire capacity. There were not really any styling differences. This is more understandable considering that before the AK Series Chevy trucks introduced in 1
With these trucks, the only visual indicator for being a heavy duty truck would typically be a mark that told about the condition of the truck. And we put "heavy duty" in quotes because it is technically clear that there is so much we refer to the tungsten versions of full-size pickup. The next size is mandatory, which today is represented by cars like the newly added Silverado 4500 and upwards. We dig, though. Initially, the heavy duty lorries had a rating of 3600, 3800, Series 36 or Series 38. When the trucks adopted the longitudinal C / K model, heavier lorries had 20 and 30 series designations. More attention was paid at that time to make different model years and trimmer unique. And one of the trims was Silverado, which was not the actual model name of the 1990s.
It was not until the 21st century that the heavy Silverados began to get some styling differentiation. And it was usually just the addition of a slightly higher hood. The grid began later to get extra slots between the curvilinear line over the center. heavy Silverado so far has been 2017 and newer model with the Duramax Diesel V8. That's because it made a hood sc open in addition to the bigger hood and a little more threatening grill.
The new Silverado HD's strong front is not the only major departure in Chevy Truck Design. Only the roof is shared with the usual 16th century. This means that the rest of the metal plate is unique. Until this new model, the cabins, beds, doors and more were the same between 1500 and HD Silverados.
Although the 2020 Silverado HD marks a new era of powerful Chevy truck design, it follows a path started by rivals Ford and Ram. Ford started giving its Super Duty pickupers unique cabs and front ends in the early 2000s, which featured them as anything other than a regular F-150. Ram began to distinguish 1500 and 2500 some years later, and the latest model shows most of the differences yet. It would be interesting to see how this new Silverado HD award is in the market.