High Country receives much more traditional Chevrolet styling cues, including a front grille with a tie badge and added chrome accents, replacing the already revealed LT's flowing "CHEVROLET" branding and dimpled black plastic grid. The high land name is also displayed on the bold center grill bar, between the driver's side window lights. Silverado HD's most luxurious trim level offsets its blingy grille with body color bumpers, although it may be predictable that High Country gets chrome mirrors and wheels, along with shiny running tables.
Unfortunately, the funky door mounted and cantilevered mirrors remain. What is the purpose of moving the mirrors if there is still a blocked triangle on the front of the side window glass, and if Chevy insists on installing them on the door, what about the rare plumb-inspired mirrors?
As with LT, the Silverado HD High Country offers an integrated bed straight ahead of the rear wheels, making it easier to get into the lorry from the side of the truck. This, coupled with GM signature support, should be a simple and effective approach.
High Country is the second of five trim levels to be revealed at 2020 Silverado HD. Like the smaller Silverado 1500, HD will be available in Work Truck, Custom, LT, LTZ and High Country trims (1500's Custom Trail Boss and LT Trail Boss models are absent from the HD setup). Expect a mild Z71 off-road package to be available at every Silverado HD trim level, as shown on the LT model that was revealed earlier in the week, ATV, hillside control, e-locking rear differential and special suspension tuning included the trip on models which is so outfitted.
The new Silverado HD will be announced in February, probably at the Chicago Auto Show in 2019, with a sales date once in mid-year.