Chevrolet has overhauled the interior of its 2024 Silverado HD to provide greater work-ready functionality and technology integration.
The LT, LTZ and High Country models introduce a redesigned passenger space centered around an instrument panel that houses a 13.4-inch-diagonal infotainment display with a 12.3-inch-diagonal configurable driver information center nearby. The infotainment screen and other controls are canted toward the driver, giving more of a command-center perspective. This ethos pulls from the simple looks of the C/K Series trucks of the 1970s and 1980s.
This command center also includes a redesigned wireless phone charger area to reduce distractions, and a flow-under console. The latter was designed to provide the spaciousness of a bench seat while retaining the functionality of a center console. Ahead of the driver is a configurable head-up display. Google Assistant is available via the infotainment system touchscreen or voice command thanks to built-in Google compatibility. With Google Assistant, drivers can send texts, play music, receive directions with Google Maps, adjust vehicle settings and control smart home devices all hands-free.
The interior has also received updated screen displays and graphics inspired by the recently refreshed Silverado 1500. Authentic leather-wrapped surfaces and real wood accents are now available on certain models. More space has been added for side-by-side cupholders in the console, meaning there are up to 10 cupholders available, depending on the model and configuration. New audio control knobs balance physical and digital controls. They join the similar buttons recently introduced in the refreshed Silverado 1500 that enable popular features to be accessed with a single push. Additionally, there are now climate vents and controls for second-row passengers. Finally, the company has improved hidden storage in the console and upper and lower glove boxes. It has even included a sunglasses holder behind the infotainment screen.
The 2024 Chevrolet Silverado HD will make its public debut at the State Fair of Texas on September 29, 2023. Production will begin in the first half of 2023 at General Motors’ Flint Assembly in Michigan, and at Oshawa Assembly in Canada. Phil Zak, executive director of Global Chevrolet Design, said, “It’s a more open-feeling and contemporary interior that passengers will find inviting. It’s an environment that intentionally puts more at the driver’s fingertips, for a greater feeling of confidence and connection with the vehicle.”