we talked about design 2009 Chevrolet Silverado and how it should be changed, so it is ready for the challenge of new competitors like the Dodge Ram and Toyota Tundra. Today I want to dip a bit 'deeper as the Silverado may be updated to show the car of the future, not the burden of the past.2012 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
In my view, Chevrolet has two possible ways to go: he can take the traditional camp, or may participate in the contest and move forward with his vision of the future. Chevrolet trucks in the past, including the current Chevrolet Silverado, tend to follow the traditional path. In 2009, Chevrolet Silverado, with its stacked square headlights and wide grille and flat, like the Chevy trucks of the 80, 90, and 70 (maybe even the 60's, too). If you take the bow-ties and labels Chevy Silverado 2009 and had to go back in time to show particular collection in 1972, I'm pretty sure it would be able to identify. (I think the Dodge Ram 2009 will be identified too, actually.)2012 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
So the next generation of trucks, the 2012 Chevrolet Silverado, follow this trend? I think so. Maybe some interesting heights against the hood and come to the surface contours, like the Toyota Tundra 2009. And maybe live stacked lights, but with a modern telescope, or generally. The wide gate is likely to remain well, but can be varied in height. The fender flares 2007-2009 Chevy Silverado book interesting? They are very distinctive, so maybe I'm like an additional identifier. Perhaps the back door becomes more interesting, distinctive rear light clusters. I do not know. After all, buyers of trucks are very traditional people.