After we saw the 2011 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD Z71, another addition at Chevrolet’s SEMA booth has been brought to our attention: the 2011 Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD Race Car Hauler.
As its name says it, Chevrolet highlighted the capabilities of the new HD truck by pairing it with a race car mounted on an open trailer.
The new vehicle is equipped with a 6.6-liter Duramax turbo-diesel engine, mated to a revised version of the Allison 1000 six-speed automatic. Still, no powertrain modifications were made to the vehicle. We can’t say the same thing for the interior and the exterior of the car.
As you can see from the photo, the car features a black color with custom racing graphics, custom grille insert, chrome hood louvers, six-inch chrome oval assist steps, six-inch custom box steps, full-width tool box Cargo Management System, body color splash guards, chrome fuel door, trailering mirrors as well as a new set of 17-inch bright wheels.
Inside, the car features ebony leather seating with color stitching and piping, custom interior trim treatment in piano black, Dual DVD headrests with HD Wi-Fi headphone, Navigation radio and Autonet mobile Wi-Fi.
Chevrolet lead designer Paul Arnone shared that a Silverado HD truck towing a Chevy race car is something that many enthusiasts would want. The Silverado 3500HD is able to tow a maximum of 21,700 pounds and thus a race car is no big deal for this particular truck.
Arnone said that each part or system seen on the show vehicle are offered in the various Chevrolet dealers as well as at licensed aftermarket manufacturers. The Silverado HD has been designed to give the greatest work capability with the flair and comfort not found in other trucks.