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Dunkin' Donuts may make claim otherwise, but America runs on trucks. The Chevy Silverado, Ford F-150 and Ram 1500 individually outsell the total output of some automakers. It's been a big week for truck spy shots. Earlier this week we caught a nearly uncovered version of the next-gen Ram 1500. We now have our best look yet at the 2019 Chevy Silverado.

Like the Ram, big changes are afoot at the front of the Silverado. While it's still heavily camouflaged, there are some very distinct LED accents shining through. They look to make a slight "Z" shape, with white lights up top and turn signals below. The grille appears to have two bars with a large bowtie in the center, though that of course is completely hidden.

Out back, the bumper appears to have cutouts for rear-facing dual exhaust. This is something Ram has been doing for a while, so it will be interesting to see how Chevy fans react. Not much else can be gleaned, though it seems development is fairly far along. Look for a full reveal sometime in the next year.

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