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Not to be confused with the 2022 Silverado 1500 Limited, the 2022 Silverado 1500 is Chevrolet’s refreshed light-duty full-size truck. The Limited model fills the gap between the 2021 and 2022 model years as production was pushed back due to turbulent market conditions. The most significant changes come in the form of enhanced interior appointments and technological improvements, but also with a new face-lift and the first-ever Silverado ZR2 trim level. We can now expect the Silverado to rival the previously more upscale interiors of its fellow Ford F-150 and Ram 1500 competitors and build upon it’s already solid performance and capability . The newly redesigned Chevrolet Silverado 1500 is slated to land at dealerships in the spring of 2022.
Work Truck: $33,800 | Custom: $40,800
LT: $44,900 | Custom Trail Boss: $48,700
RST: $49,100 | LTZ: $53,900
LT Trail Boss: $54,500 | High Country: $59,000
Starting with an already bold style, the Silverado’s designers enhanced the 2022 model with elements that reinforce the truck’s wide, stable and confidence-inspiring stance.
Silverado has a refreshed interior on the LT trim and above, incorporating new materials into a design that gives the cabin a spacious and more premium feel. As said by Eric Stafford of Car and Driver, “From the stripped-down Work Truck model to the decked-out High Country, the Silverado can be configured in a multitude of ways. Base models offer nothing but the essentials, including manually adjustable front seats, manual locks and windows, and vinyl seats. However, starting on the LT trim, the cabin is significantly snazzier thanks to a handsomer dashboard design with a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster and a huge center touchscreen. The High Country’s interior looks particularly pretty with its leather upholstery and open-pore wood trim.” The new interior is rooted in a driver-oriented instrument panel that incorporates a bold 13.4-inch-diagonal horizontal touchscreen, along with a 12.3-inch-diagonal digital, configurable instrument cluster. Notably, the vertical elements of the 2021 model’s instrument panel have been replaced with horizontal lines and floating elements that enhance the feeling of spaciousness to the Silverado’s cabin. Additionally, the new center console incorporates an available electronic shift controller in models with bucket seats.
The look and feel of the interior are elevated with new available colors, seat designs and more premium materials throughout. That’s especially true for the top-level High Country trim, which features new and unique elements including:
Silverado’s new infotainment screen is the centerpiece of the more intuitive technology and is paired with a new digital, configurable instrument cluster. Together, they provide customers with a bold, panoramic and at-a-glance view of the important vehicle feature readouts and infotainment settings.
2.7L Turbo High-Output Engine
The Silverado’s propulsion lineup is strengthened and streamlined for the new 2022 models, starting with significant enhancements to the 2.7L Turbo High-Output engine. It leads with more torque than any base engine in its class and has a maximum trailering rating of 9,500 pounds in a two-wheel drive configuration. A new, more rigid cylinder block casting is the foundation for the refined 2.7L Turbo High-Output engine and it’s complemented with a 30-percent-stiffer crankshaft. The engine maintains its fully forged bottom end as well as technology used in diesel engines to deliver on truck durability. These enhancements enabled engineers to reduce noise and tune the engine for greater torque production, particularly in the usable low-mid rpm range. Maximum torque is GM-estimated at 420 lb-ft (569 Nm), over a 20-percent increase compared to the current engine. There also have been shift scheduling revisions of the 2.7L Turbo High-Output engine’s complementing eight-speed automatic transmission to offer smoother shifting, along with quicker downshifts, for a greater feeling of refinement and power on demand.
3.0L Duramax Turbo-Diesel Engine
The other engine that sees improvements is the popular 3.0L Duramax Turbo-Diesel. Chassis changes now allow inclusion of the max tow package, so the 3.0L Duramax now has a max tow rating of 13,300 pounds in a two-wheel drive configuration. This is a 4,000-pound improvement over the 2022 Silverado LTD models and brings new capability to an engine praised for its smooth ride and impressive efficiency. Both engines are part of a propulsion lineup that also includes the proven 5.3L V-8 with Dynamic Fuel Management and the 6.2L V-8 — the most powerful naturally aspirated V-8 engine in the segment. All V-8 engines and the 3.0L Duramax Turbo-Diesel are paired exclusively with a 10-speed automatic transmission for retail customers.
The first-ever Silverado ZR2 drives into the flagship position of Chevy Trucks’ factory-lifted off-road lineup, offering race-proven off-road performance customers can buy right from the showroom floor. The ZR2 brings together a premium interior, immersive technology, a number of standard safety equipment features and off-road prowess in a comprehensive package. ZR2’s suspension upgrades, enhanced off-road technology and exterior enhancements were developed to optimize off-road performance and capability — whether desert running or rock crawling — while balancing everyday driving comfort and supporting comparable payload and trailering capability to other Silverado off-road trims. ZR2 max payload is 1,440 pounds and the conventional trailer weight rating is 8,900 pounds.
ZR2 highlights include:
“Chevrolet has been competing on some of the most grueling, toughest off-road courses with a prototype Silverado ZR2 in the Best in the Desert race series,” said Dom Lester, General Motors chief engineer, Performance Variants, Parts and Motorsports Engineering. “We applied what we learned in racing and Moab testing to the new ZR2 to offer a supremely capable and confidence-inspiring package, but one that doesn’t beat you up on the highway with its ride quality. It’s equally capable and comfortable.”