Now that General Motors has announced it’s set to debut the all-new Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra pickups on December 13, spyshots beyond that headlight teaser are popping up all over the place online. Until now, most spyshots have been on the Silverado, from a closeup of its grille to being caught while testing on public roads. GM even provided its own footage of a heavily camo’d Silverado, including video. What automaker does that? All of them. (It’s a rhetorical question.)
Now twin GMC Sierra joins the Silverado on the road. With virtually no camouflage, you can see the similarities and difference between the two. These include:
- Both are boxy.
- Both have a truckbed of roughly the same length.
- Both have squarish grills.
In short, there’s virtually no difference between the two of them. OK, the Silverado has slightly more flashy wheels. Both have slightly different taillights. Finally, the Silverado has a sliding rear window while its Sierra twin has one solid piece of (tinted) glass. GM continues to be a politician in showing everything about its two major trucks while revealing none of the important details (Like politicians covering tax cuts for the wealthy.)
There are a staggering 28 images of 2014 Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra, taken of their fronts, sides, rears, and duct tape-covered badges (you’re not fooling anybody, GM). Check them out. Spot the differences? If you do, let us know by posting on the Comments below.