The ZR2 in Stateside configuration is designed to compete with the Ford F-150 Tremor and RAM 1500 Rebel, but the price is closer to the RAM TRX, a performance variant on sale here but which has yet to be priced by the national distributor, Ateco.
To handle rips over rough terrain, the ZR2 features 33-inch Goodyear Wrangler studs on 18-inch wheels and Multimatic Dynamic Suspension Spool Valve (DSSV) dampers. It is also distinguished by a short 176cm bed to maximize approach and departure angles. It has a ground clearance of 28 centimeters and an approach angle of almost 81 cm.
New Zealand market outputs for the ZR2’s 6.2-litre V8 petrol engine are yet to be given, but in the US the engine delivers 313 kW and hp and 623 Nm of torque. One option offered to Americans is a particularly guttural Borla cat-back exhaust.
ZR2-specific aesthetic elements include a unique black chrome grille with Chevrolet flow-tie decal, raised black hood insert with ZR2 badging, exclusive ZR2 wheel flares, Gloss Black wheels and an exclusive Jet Black/Graystone leather-lined interior with dark trim.
The updated Silverado also comes with an updated infotainment system, with a 13.4-inch touchscreen full of features and a configurable 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster next to it.
Announcing the new vehicles now, despite deliveries not set to begin until a year from now, seems to indicate GMSV is pledging allegiance to its heavy-drinking petrol engines in the face of a Clean Car sanction that will add nearly $6,000 to the sticker price. . By the time the first vehicles arrive, GMSV NZ will likely pay an additional CO2 tax at the distributor level.
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