Off-road vehicle enthusiasts need trucks in which to haul their toys. So, it makes perfect sense that Chevrolet would create a concept truck that these off-roaders could dig as much their vehicles. Those of us here at Bill Harris Auto Center think this concept looks like epitome of fun.
This year, Chevy brought the Chevrolet Silverado Polaris ACE+ to SEMA. First thing to notice? It came with an off-road vehicle! A new Polaris ACE single-seater could be found perched up in the bed of the Silverado. The truck itself is “based on the production 2015 Silverado 1500 Crew Cab with a 6-foot-6-inch cargo bed and the Z71 Off-road package.”
Chevrolet rolled out the Polaris ACE+ concept to reveal to audiences how a truck can adapt to the needs of its owner. For a lot of people, the Silverado is the essential work truck. While that doesn’t have to change, it can meet other needs as well.
Sandor Piszar, director of Chevrolet Truck marketing, said that pairing the Silverado “with the new Polaris ACE perfectly illustrates how the Silverado easily changes its support role when it’s time to leave the job site for the trail head.”