Chevy Silverado 1500 Realtree Edition follows in the footsteps of the 2016 special edition.
Black badging, black exhaust tips, black assist steps, and all-weather floor mats are nice touches, but from the standpoint of utility, the Durabed offers “the most standard cargo capacity in the segment” according to Chevy. The roll-formed steel bed further includes 12 tie-downs to secure your precious payload.
“Having worked closely with Chevrolet all these years, it’s great to see the team come out with the new 2021 Silverado Realtree Edition using our latest Timber pattern,” declared Realtree president and designer, Bill Jordan. “You don’t realize how much goes into building a true performance truck until you look behind the scenes, and this new truck will mean so much to all outdoor enthusiasts.”
The 6.2-liter engine is the one to have considering the rest of the drivetrain’s hardware, starting with the Z71 Off-Road Package. Rancho shock absorbers, a two-inch suspension lift, 20-inch wheels and Goodyear Wrangler Territory MT On-Off Road Tires, Hill Descent Control, an automatic locking rear diff, AutoTrac two-speed transfer case, and skid plates are just a few of the highlights.
Thanks to 420 horsepower and 460 pound-feet of torque, the 6.2 makes even more sense if you’re planning on making the most out of the truck’s off-road capabilities. The Chevy Silverado 1500 Realtree Edition also means that camouflage graphics are featured both inside and outside, along with the Realtree logo embossed into the bedliner.