World news – New Chevy Mega Ute on the way to Australia

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GMSV, which replaced the old Holden tuner HSV, is preparing to launch the new Chevrolet Silverado LT Trail Boss later this year.

But you’d better be prepared to pay for it as it will get you back $ 106,990 (before the road cost).

GMSV imports the extra-large Ute from the USA and converts it to right-hand drive at its plant in Melbourne.

« LT Trail Boss embodies what Silverado is about. It’s big, tough, and rooted in brand DNA that has traits like strength, power, performance, and no-nonsense, hard-working qualities, » says Stogiannis.

« It will deliver great thrills and great adventure – it’s a way to really enjoy and experience the less traveled road. »

The key to the Trail Boss’ off-road potential lies in a number of factory-installed upgrades, including a lift kit to improve ground clearance, upgraded shock absorbers, fenders, a rear mechanical locking differential, high-performance air filter, and hill descent control.

The Trail Boss also has street appeal with 18-inch black alloy wheels and a contrasting black bumper.

The power comes from a huge 6.2-liter V8 gasoline engine, the US versions deliver 313 kW and 609 Nm. It is matched to a 10-speed automatic transmission with a column-mounted gear selector switch.

The large portions of grunt allow an impressive braked trailer load of 4500 kg, 1000 kg more than with smaller grooves like the Toyota HiLux.

There are many active safety equipments, including blind spot detection, rear cross traffic warning, and lane departure warning.

Aussies can now order the Trail Boss. The first deliveries will begin in the third quarter of this year.

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