Starting this September Chevy will spice up the top-selling Silverado with two all-new special edition vehicles called the Rally 1 and Rally 2.
Let’s talk about SEMA—the world’s premier specialty equipment trade event. First held in 1967 in the basement of Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, the event now draws the hottest automotive products to the Las Vegas Convention Center, as well as 3,000 members of the media, 2,300 exhibitors occupying over 11,000 booths, and over 150,000 manufacturers, buyers, and industry representatives.
With release of the all-new 2015 GMC Canyon and Chevrolet Colorado slated for this fall, GMC is fine-tuning its pitch for a revival of the midsize pickup. GMC hopes the tighter-turning, more agile truck will appeal to the much sought-after “active lifestyle” buyer.
The rumor mill is running wild this week with talk of GM building a vehicle meant to compete with Ford’s successful F-150 SVT Raptor. GM has not confirmed the news, however according to sources the vehicle will be based on the all new 2015 Chevy Colorado pickup truck.