When people see on the road Chevy Silverado, they respect the vehicle and the owner in a strange way. The mighty truck shows that it is not a ordinary working and transport vehicle, but it is a real player on the road. Now the Silverado ZR2 Concept is even more aggressive with its widened body, tall stance and powerful LS supercharged engine.

The Silverado ZR2 is based on an extended cab/short box body. The body work includes carbon fiber fender flares that stretch outward to cover the 35" tall Goodyear Wrangler off-road tires and widened stance. ZR2 is mainly built from carbon fiber, including the front fenders, extractor-style hood, rocker extensions and tailgate.

Most of the carbon fiber parts are clear-coated to show off the intricate weave pattern of the high-tech, lightweight material. The other parts are painted in Dune Metallic. The large grille doesn't have only styling role, but it feeds cool air to the 550hp LS supercharged engine under the hood of ZR2.

Silverado ZR2 is equipped with 20" BBS RD rims fitted with enormous 35" Goodyear Wrangler MT/R tires. The truck got new four-inch lift kit to to help negotiate the wheels.

Carbon fiber presents in the interior of the vehicle, too. There are some details on the dash from carbon fibre, along with black leather and suede-trimmed seats make the interior very comfortable and stylish.

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