According to leaked information, the 2023 Chevrolet Avalanche will go on sale later next year. That means Chevrolet is resurrecting another discontinued nameplate, which is probably triggered by the Ram Dakota truck, and recently introduced Ford Maverick pickup.
From what we heard, the new generation of the Chevy Avalanche will keep several recognizable stylistic characteristics, but it will significantly different than before. We just got some of the unofficial renderings, and if we can rely on it, the new truck will share many cues with its sibling Chevy Silverado.
2023 Chevrolet Avalanche Design
Although the spy shots have not been available yet, some unofficial renderings are existing. First of all, the 2023 Chevrolet Avalanche will have a more athletic look and more angular lines compared to its predecessor. The front fascia is inspired by the Chevrolet Silverado, and we immediately noticed many similarities.
Also, the Avalanche will host the same headlamps as well as the front grille. However, this isn’t strange considering the Silverado is the company’s best-selling flagship truck. The plan is to deliver a more recognizable look and to keep up with models from Ram and Ford.
Cabin With More High-Tech Amenities
The next 2023 Chevy Avalanche interior will probably be inspired by the Suburban SUV. In general, we can expect the Avalanche to provide the same dose of premium feel. As far as we know, the new truck will come with very roomy cabin, providing enough legroom and headroom on the back. The Avalanche will lack the Suburban’s luxury, but on the other hand, it will provide a very comfortable interior for five passengers. Nonetheless, we also anticipate a similarly high-tech amenities and materials.
The standard equipment will likely to include the similar state-of-the-art screen, dual-zone climate control, Wi-Fi, and cloth seats. As for the driver-assistance features, we expect Avalanche to come with forward-collision warning, automated emergency braking, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, lane-departure warning, and lane-keeping assist.
The bigger enigma at the moment is engine of the 2023 Chevrolet Avalanche. There are speculations about it and the most recent indicates a larger 5.3-liter V8 engine. This engine is potent and is available on some of Chevy models.
The V8 engine is capable of producing 360 horsepower and 390 lb.-ft of torque. Besides, many are hoping to see a stronger 6.2-liter V8 engine that should deliver output of 420 horsepower and 460 lb.-ft of. In general, we are presuming that Chevy might add some hybrid powertrains to stay competitive on the market. Chevrolet has not confirmed anything officially, so we are expecting more information in the coming months.
2023 Chevrolet Avalanche Release Date, Price
The new 2023 Chevy Avalanche sales will begin later next year, probably in the fall. As mentioned, there are some unofficial renderings, and we are hoping to see some of the spy shots soon. From some expert’s view, the new truck will start at $30,000. When it releases, the Chevy Avalanche will try to beat the Ram’s and Ford’s half-ton trucks.
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