Chevrolet has presented at SEMA 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada (United States), a striking 'pick-up' that shows the more recreational side of this type of vehicle. It's called the Chevrolet Silverado Polaris ACE+ Concept and it packs a single-seat Polaris ATV into its cargo bed.
At the Chevrolet booth at SEMA 2014 we have been able to see all kinds of modified vehicles, such as these five street models or the Colorado Performance Concept. However, one of the most spectacular and that has attracted the most attention has been the Chevrolet Silverado Polaris ACE+ Concept, a 'pick-up' that incorporates a Polaris ATV in its cargo box.
The idea pursued by the brand with this prototype was to show the recreational capabilities of this type of vehicle, which, thanks to its large loading areas, can be adapted to practically any hobby. That's why the Silverado Polaris ACE+ Concept at SEMA 2014 carries a unit of Polaris' latest ATV, the ACE+, an off-road vehicle designed to carry a single passenger.
The Chevrolet Silverado Polaris ACE+ is based on the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Crew Cab with the Z71 off-road package. The main differences with respect to the production model focus on the front, which receives a grille and darkened headlights such Chevy Silverado 1500 custom led headlights. Also specific to this prototype is the decoration of the bodywork and the 22-inch diameter alloy wheels with 33-inch-high tires -83.8 centimeters-. Unfortunately, all these improvements have not served to 'sneak' among the most spectacular SUVs of SEMA 2014.
As for the engine, the Silverado Polaris ACE+ is powered by a 5.3-liter V8 block that has an improved intake system and a less restrictive exhaust line. They have not published the performance provided by these improvements, but in the series version, the total power amounts to 355 hp and the torque is 518 Nm.
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