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    Chevy debuts new concept truck

    The famous SEMA Auto Show is set to take place Nov. 5-8 in Las Vegas, but word has already spread about some of the biggest reveals set for the festivities. One vehicle that is sure to attract its fair share of attention is the Chevrolet Silverado Cheyenne, which is the newest concept truck from the automaker. 

    Chevrolet's latest concept
    Based off the adage "less is more," the Chevrolet Silverado Cheyenne aims to offer drivers a pickup truck that prioritizes performance over everything else. With a goal of creating a vehicle that has superior braking and handling capabilities, Chevy revamped its standard Silverado design and outfitted it with a few amenities that make it unique. 

    "The Cheyenne concept explores the performance possibilities of the all-new Silverado, which is which built on a mass-efficient layout and delivers a greater balance of performance and efficiency than any other full-size truck in Chevrolet's history," said Chris Perry, vice president of marketing for the brand. 

    A bevy of new features
    All of the truck mods made to turn the traditional Silverado into this Cheyenne concept could make the truck a prime off-road vehicle. The weight alone was cut by nearly 200 pounds thanks to changes to the bumper, tailgate and cargo box, but the automaker didn't stop there. It also lowered the height and added a rear stabilizer bar for better maneuverability and performance.  

    Perhaps the most exciting change is the swapping of the standard engine for a new, high-powered motor. Those who get behind the wheel of the concept truck can enjoy a 6.2-liter V-8 engine with 420 horsepower and 460 foot-pounds of torque. According to the brand, that means motorists can see an increase of 65 horsepower and 77 foot-pounds compared to the standard option. 

    "Elements such as high-strength steel in the frame and body structure are found on all production models, while some also feature aluminum suspension components, contributing to the Silverado's everyday performance," Perry said. "With the Cheyenne concept, we've taken the low-mass concept to a new level - with exciting results. It's only a concept right now, but we are continually exploring new ways to give Silverado customers more." 

    Although this concept truck is just being introduced Nov. 4, fans of off-roading and unique vehicles can expect to hear more news about its potential arrival on the market in the coming weeks.