If you’re looking for extra style and off-road capability,
you can now buy one of two Chevrolet Silverado Special Edition models: the
Silverado Midnight Edition and Silverado Rally Edition.
Mark Sobczynski, the Silverado marketing manager said,
“Customer choice is a competitive advantage for Chevrolet, because no two truck
drivers are alike.” It’s no question the Midnight and Rally Editions offer a
tantalizing choice for buyers.
The Midnight Edition douses everything in black while
upgrading the suspension for rougher terrain.
The grille, bowties, badges, bumpers, off-road assist steps,
and exhaust tips get a healthy covering of bold black to create an almost
sinister look. Its 18-inch wheels also get painted black and fitted with
Goodyear® DuraTrac® off-road tires.
DuraTrac® tires are necessary because the Midnight Edition
is about more than just appearances. It includes upgrades from the Z71 Off-Road
Package like Rancho mono-tube shocks, automatic locking rear differential, skid
plates, as well as an upgraded ground clearance from the 2-inch suspension
Available on the LT, Trail Boss, and Custom Trail Boss
The street-focused Rally Edition goes for a more athletic,
sporty look. The edition provides a choice of black, white, silver, or red
exterior colors that show up through the black on the Rally Edition’s custom
grille. Race-inspired black stripes roll down the hood and tailgate while the
wheels grow to 20-inch black wheels on the Custom trim and 22-inch wheels on
the RST trim.
There’s a lot to love about the new Chevrolet Silverado Special Edition models. Ask about getting your hands on one at Stingray Chevrolet Bartow!
The mid-engine layout lets you peer through a glass panel to
look at the engine even while it’s running, but aside from the cool aesthetic
factor, it’s also a practical choice.
Having the engine in the middle means the weight
distribution is better, there’s more cargo space in the front and rear, and the
driver is positioned further frontward for a more racecar-like feel. The
angular design also serves a dual purpose: the stylish cutouts improve
You’ll feel like you’re flying down the track whenever you
get behind the wheel thanks to the super low-slung stance and the low
positioning of the hood and steering wheel, providing broad sightlines and a
sharp, sporty appearance on the road.
The 2020 Stingray is not only the most powerful Corvette
ever but also the most adaptable, with Front Lift, which raises the front of
the Stingray two inches off the ground when approaching a steep incline or bump
for better ground clearance.
Instead of a large grille that takes up the entire front
end, the 2020 Camaro SS will feature a split grille, with a bar the same color
as the body between the upper and lower sections of the grille. The bowtie
emblem now sits higher, in the middle of the narrow upper grille.
Other 2020 Chevrolet Camaro updates include a new 10-speed
automatic transmission available with the 3.6-liter V6 engine. While previously
a 10-speed automatic was only offered with the Camaro’s V8 engine, Chevy has
retooled it for the V6, so every Camaro driver can experience the superior
handling and shifting it provides.
Camaro buyers can also opt for the new LT1 V8 performance
model, which bring together design cues from the Camaro LT and SS trims. The
LT1 has the exterior styling of the LT with the vented hood of the SS, as well
as SS style wheels but with all-season tires instead of summer performance
You can also expect to see new exterior color options,
accent color options for interior and exterior parts like brake calipers and
seatbelts, upgrades to the cabin materials, and expanded availability of some features
Want to learn more about the 2020 Chevrolet Camaro? Call or visit Stingray Chevrolet Bartow and we’ll make sure you’re among the first to take the new Camaro for a ride.