2020 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Daytona 500 Redesign, Specs, Engine & Review – Colored in blue and complemented by black wheels and red brake calipers, the pace truck is based on the RST. Standing for anything together the collections of Rally Sports Truck, this trim level slots among the LT and LT Trail Boss in the Silverado 1500 range.
Engine & Specs
Feature illustrates include keyless doors and start/end, body-color bumpers and door manages, LED lighting, 18-inch Vibrant Silver aluminum wheels, and black bowties. Also available with the 2.7-liter Tripower turbocharged four-cylinder engine, the RST that Chevrolet delivered to Daytona Beach is optioned with the 6.2-liter V8 that evolves 420 horsepower and 460 pound-feet. Mated to a 10-speed transmission given to the Ford F-150, Mustang, and Chevrolet Camaro, the V8-powered truck will lead the pack with two-time Daytona 500 champ Dale Earenhardt Jr. at the steering wheel.
“The Daytona 500 weekend break is home to some of the most unique moments in racing,” proclaimed Jim Campbell, U.S. vice-director of Performance and Motorsports at Chevrolet. “This is a fantastic possibility to bring in the most potent, most advanced Silverado possibly to race fans all few days long.” Despite the fact that the ride quality might be much better, the Silverado 1500 gives the most cargo volume in each bed length with respect to the fantastic bowtie. A roll-created, high-durability steel floor and 12 fixed tie-downs are also worthy of talk about, along with nine moveable tie things.
The least expensive Silverado 1500 starts at $28,300 not including vacation spot charge, featuring the 285-horsepower EcoTec V6 with Active Fuel Management and six-speed automatic transmission. The 5.3-liter V8 is also available for the entry-level WT, the engine with AFM instead of Dynamic Fuel Managing. DFM is Chevrolet for cylinder deactivation technology that enables the engine to work in 17 diverse cylinder styles. Active Fuel Control, by comparison, alternates among eight- and four-cylinder patterns. On that note, would you get the light-duty Silverado over the F-150 or Ram 1500?