Ford and General Motors have been bitter rivals in the automotive world for over a century now, and as such, both have made a habit out of benchmarking each other’s vehicles. Of course, benchmarking is also a common practice in the automotive market as a whole, with different companies constantly working to stay ahead of the competition. In that regard, Ford Authority has spotted The Blue Oval benchmarking a number of GM vehicles in recent months, including the GMC Hummer EV, Chevy Tahoe PPV, and 2023 Corvette Z06, to name just a few. Now, we can add yet another vehicle to that list – this 2022 Chevy Silverado High Country, which was spotted towing a camper.
This 2022 Chevy Silverado represents the first year of a mid-cycle refresh for the longtime Ford F-150 competitor, ushering in a host of updates for the light-duty pickup. Those enhancements start on the outside, where the 2022 Silverado gets a revised front fascia and grille. These changes are capped off by the addition of three new exterior color options – Sand Dune, Dark Ash, and Glacier Blue Metallic.
Inside the cabin, the 2022 Silverado boasts a fully configurable 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, as well as a 13.4-inch infotainment screen. In models with bucket seats, a new center console holds an available electronic shift controller, while additional options include GM’s Rear Camera Mirror, Head-Up Display, and Super Cruise hands-free highway driving feature.
This 2022 Chevy Silverado High Country – a more luxurious trim in the pickup’s lineup – also gets a host of additional goodies including open-pore wood trim, standard perforated leather seats, Bose premium audio system with stainless steel speaker grilles, and two new color choices – Jet Black or Nightshift Blue.
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Why does Ford/Lincoln not offer a lot of bells and whistles as do GM family of vehicles,
and how did they allow GM large SUVs to become larger than theirs?
LoL it was a long time ago, but I seem to recall that when Expedition launched it was shorter than its GM competitors for a couple of years.
RWFA, don’t use the word “recall” around Ford products. LOL
Why are more Government vehicles GMC/ CHEVY SUVs and not FORD/ LINCOLNS
While it may be true or not I’m wondering how you came to this conclusion.
More uber-expensive luxury editions. I wish Ford would spend their efforts on adding VALUE. For instance, why the hell can’t we get 4Auto on XLT’s??