Recently General Motors posted a video on YouTube teasing six-new Camaro stripe designs that will be on display at the 2009 SEMA Show. In the backdrop for the video there is also a rather wild looking pickup truck, which is believed to also be a special projected also headed to SEMA.
Reported to be called the Silverado Baja Off-Road, this pickup gets some serious restyling with a huge grille, flared fenders and a suspension lift. Presumably, the idea behind the truck is to build a conceptual competitor to the Ford F-150 SVT Raptor, although the oversized wheels and low profile tires are a strange addition for an off-roader. Then again, this is SEMA.
Unless GM lets anything else slip out between now and November 3rd, we’ll have to wait for the truck’s reveal at the 2009 SEMA Show.
Check out the video after the jump:
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The first thing you notice about this truck is massive front grille and revised bumper. It also appears that the front and rear fenders are special to this version of the Silverado. Additionally, an apparent interior photo is also on the display board, but obstructed by the designer discussing the Camaro. If actually a production vehicle, the Silverado Baja would be a direct response to Ford’s recently-launched F-150 SVT Raptor. Expect more information in the coming weeks from the SEMA show in Las Vegas.