A Dramatic Improvement
Let’s put it simply: This is the interior that the Silverado should’ve had at the last redesign, but hey, better late than never. At least Chevy learned a thing or two about crafting a nicer truck interior in the intervening years (the latest GMC Yukon Denali and Cadillac Escalade prove that), and the result is a dramatic improvement in the Silverado’s cabin. It feels like a fully modern cockpit with its massive 13.4-inch touchscreen. What other GM product uses a 13.4-inch touchscreen? None of them — except for the upcoming GMC Hummer EV, and I suspect, the upcoming Silverado EV as well. The entire dash is redone, and it looks dynamite with a mixture of appealing shapes in a horizontal orientation — the next step in interior design that we’d expected a few years ago. It doesn’t entirely solve the “sitting in front of a cliff” aesthetic that plagues the current truck, with a blocky and imposing dash that feels oppressively big, but it goes a long way towards creating a sensation of spaciousness.