Chevy is going to build one of the concept trucks it presented at the 2015 SEMA Show.
The Chevy Silverado Special Ops will go into limited production and was presented at the 2015 Army vs Navy football game with Chevy saying that proceeds from each one sold will go to the Navy SEAL museum.
The Special Ops is clearly distinguished by its paint job, which a color called Razzle Dazzle that was developed over 100 years ago to disguise a Navy ship’s speed, direction and profile to the enemy’s eye. The shade is based on a three-tone blue exterior color that is marked by a distinctive array of varying colored lines and shapes intended to mask the ship.
Besides its unique paint, the Special ops truck comes with plenty of accessories including a bed-mounted sport bar with LED lights, off-road tires, wheel flares, custom rocker guards, the bed-mounted GearOn utility rack storage system and more.
The truck is expected to go on sale in Spring 2016, though Chevy didn’t say for how much or how many units would be built.
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