The off-road package, already available on the mid-size Colorado, will help the Silverado compete with the Ford F-150 Tremor and Ram 1500 Rebel.
Chevrolet might not yet have an answer to the 450-hp Ford F-150 Raptor or 702-hp Ram 1500 TRX, but it’s adding the off-road-ready ZR2 treatment to the Silverado pickup to compete with Ford and Ram’s lesser off-road models. Chevrolet is expected to give the Silverado a refresh for the 2022 model year, and the ZR2 could be the first version of the new truck that we’ll see.
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