The 2014 Silverado High Country was unveiled by Chevrolet the other day, ahead of its fall market release. Power comes from a V8 EcoTec3 5.3-liter engine as standard but at an additional cost it can be configured with a larger and more powerful 6.2-liter V8 EcoTec3. Both these two engines come with technologies such as continuously variable valve timing, cylinder deactivation and active fuel management. The vehicle rides on massive 20-inch chrome alloy wheels wrapped around in all-terrain season tires measuring 275/55 R20.
Moving inside the cabin, the 2014 Chevrolet Silverado High Country has a front/rear park assist system, Bose audio system, saddle brown upholstery, plus heated/cooled perforated leather front bucket seats. The exterior of the vehicle is distinguishable thanks to its different chrome grille that has horizontal chrome bars, along with other styling changes such as the chrome body side mouldings, door handles and mirrors.
Optionally available are extra goodies like a rear-seat entertainment system, adjustable pedals, heated steering wheel, driver alert package, chrome rear bumper and built-in trailer brake controller.