10 Sick Chevy Trucks SEMA 2019

Tactical to tricked, we found ’em at SEMA 2019

SEMA 2019 brought every make and model of truck, car, SUV, and everything else to Las Vegas, Nevada, where it was up to us to search out the biggest and baddest—including everything Chevy.

 

 

 

Chevrolet displayed a tactical vehicle based on its Colorado ZR2 platform. The stripped-down bodywork and rugged interior reminds us more of a UTV, however, the 2.8L Duramax, six-speed automatic transmission, and DSSV dampers give it performance equal to (or perhaps better) than the Colorado ZR2.

This clean Silverado HD wore the Truck Hero logo across the windshield and showed us what a stylish tow rig can be.

 

BDS Suspension outfitted an HD Silverado for SEMA 2019 with enough lights to shine into the next state, sleek bumpers, and off-road rubber.

 

We found a Silverado in the RotopaX booth that made us want to load up our go-fast toys and get out into the backcountry—fast.

Baja Designs displayed this '55 Chevy 3100 at SEMA 2019 which showed off the company's LP9, LP6, and LP4 off-road lights.

Want a bigger Blazer? The K50 was parked in the Toyo Tires TreadPass to satisfy that desire.

With a 700hp Duramax LBZ, Apache-D Blue paint, 35-inch Toyo rubber, and six-speed Allison/Atlas T-case combo; this '59 Chevy was sure to please.

It's a Tahoe turned K5! Like it? Hate it? Let us know.

Might not have four-wheel drive, however, this '57 Cameo is worth a mention.

 

 

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