On the occasion of the 100th anniversary since first launch of the Chevrolet One-Ton truck in 1918, the Centennial Editions including the Silverado and Colorado are now adorned with new special paints.
Not only being decorated with a rather athletic dark color named Centennial Blue, all models in the Editions are also marked with 100-year door badges together with the brand's traditional logos at front, rear, on the accessory floor mats and on the spray-in bedliner.
All models in the Editions are also marked with 100-year door badges together with the brand's traditional logos
The Centennial Editions including the Silverado and Colorado are now adorned with new special paints
The front grille and the frame rear bumper of the Colorado Centennial Edition are now coated with new paint color so as to fit with its chrome tow hooks, mirror caps, 18-inch wheels, door handles and belt moldings. Based on the Z71 trim, the Chevy Colorado Centennial Edition will be available in either extended- or crew-cab this November.
The new Centennial Edition is a special truck that celebrates 100 years of Chevrolet in making trucks
Meanwhile, based on the LTZ Z71 Crew Cab, the Chevrolet Silverado Centennial Edition is distinguished by a special set of 22-inch wheels equipped with off-road tires, a steering-wheel badge, and chrome tow-hooks. This version will hit dealerships later this month.
The new Centennial Edition will be debuted at Texas Motor Speedway on December 16th
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