The Chevrolet Silverado Realtree Concept, built for this year’s SEMA show by both Chevy and camo manufacturer Realtree, is touted as “the ultimate hunters truck.” Is it?
The concept began life as a Duramax diesel-powered Silverado 2500 HD crew cab pickup. It now sports a custom champagne silver metallic paint job, which is accented with Realtree camouflage graphics on the body and shell. Inside you’ll find more Realtree accents and seats finished in Dark Cocoa leather with camouflaged piping and blaze orange stitching (so your buddies don’t shoot your interior).
The four-wheel-drive truck rides on 35-inch off-road tires wrapped around 18-inch wheels. Power running boards aid in entry and exit and hide out of the way for increased ground clearance. It also has a winch integrated into the custom front bumper.
“This truck is a celebration of the seven-year partnership between Chevrolet and Realtree. It’s only natural to combine the dependable, long-lasting Silverado HD with Realtree, the best gear for the outdoors,” said Tony Truelove, marketing manager for Chevrolet pickups, in a press release. “Like all great outdoor gear, the Silverado Realtree Concept is designed to get the job done – and look sharp while doing it.”