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The New Chevrolet Silverado High Country Is One Classy Badass

Chevy's latest Silverado combines brute power and luxurious appointments like no other pickup.



Photo Courtesy of General Motors


Photo Courtesy of General Motors


Photo Courtesy of General Motors


Photo Courtesy of General Motors


Just because you drive a pickup truck doesn't mean you don't appreciate the finer things in life. The folks over at Chevy know this, and that’s why they're offering a "High Country" version of their all-new 2014 Silverado. What does High Country mean, exactly? For starters, the shiny beast stands out from the pack with a unique chrome grille, halogen projector headlamps, and body-color front and rear bumpers. Twenty-inch chrome wheels are standard, as are chrome body side moldings, door handles, and mirrors. Inside, your ass will rejoice (and who doesn't appreciate a happy ass?), as the High Country features an exclusive saddle brown interior with heated and cooled perforated premium leather seats. Its standard engine is the 5.3-liter EcoTec3 V-8, which has 355 horses and gets up to 23 mpg highway (which isn't so bad for a massive engine like this). It's tough! It's powerful! It's luxurious! Or, as Chevy's Maria Rohrer puts it, “The High Country has a higher level of premium features and materials, but at the same time, it's 100-percent Chevy truck.” Check out these just-released pictures, and get ready to meet the classiest pickup on the block when the High Country arrives at dealerships later this year.

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