We'll start with the truck's nose. One example has production-spec LED headlights fitted, and they shine through the camouflage. There's a strong influence from the new Chevy Blazer, both with sharp corners on the lights and the way the grille becomes wider the farther down the nose it goes. The overall rectangle shape and split headlights are still distinctly Silverado.
As for the bed, we spot a return of the stepside feature. There's a tough-looking plastic step just ahead of the rear wheels. It combines the convenience of traditional narrow stepside, or sometimes called flareside beds, but with the full width of modern-day beds that were once sometimes referred to as "fleetside." And like other recent Chevy trucks, the rear bumper still has molded-in steps.
A reveal date has yet to be set by Chevy. The company provided a teaser image earlier this year, along with the model year, so we suspect it will be shown sometime in 2019, possibly by the end of the auto show season. But another possibility is the Texas State Fair and auto show, which is usually a truck-focused event. We don't have powertrain details, it will undoubtedly be available with gas and diesel V8s under the hood.