GMC MultiPro tailgate to appear in Silverado pickups in 2021August 16, 2020
GM-Trucks Western claims that GMC’s MultiPro tailgate could appear on the feature list for the full-size Chevrolet Silverado pickup. According to rumors, for the latter, the name of the door may be changed.
It looks like there may be some technology exchange between the truck makers that are owned by General Motors. When GMC launched mass production of the current-generation full-size GMC Sierra pickup in 2018, the company put a lot of emphasis on its multi-function tailgate, called the MultiPro. For a long time it was assumed that the Chevrolet Silverado will be equipped with the same door, and this day may be close. Anyway, sort of.
We say “sort of like” for several reasons. Overseas publication GM-Trucks reports that the Chevrolet Silverado with a special tailgate will go on sale in January or February next year.
However, the report rightly refers to the coronavirus pandemic as a possible fly in the ointment that could lead to delays. And we have definitely witnessed numerous delays in the automotive industry over the past few months for this very reason.
The second reason is that the name of the door may change. GM loves to create an individual style for each of its brands, so when moving from the GMC Sierra to the Chevrolet Silverado, the name of this door may change, for example, to MultiFlex. In addition, the publication reports that this door may receive a different design to make the Silverado something different from the Sierra.
Not so long ago, we wrote that GMC has published a new teaser for an electric Hummer truck. The press service of the American automaker has published a new teaser video about the GMC Hummer electric pickup. The novelty will be shown this fall.
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