Back in July it was revealed that Chevrolet and Carhartt had entered a partnership that would eventually yield one or more official collaborations from the two Detroit-area brands. Today, the pair of iconic American companies have pulled the cover off of their inaugural joint offering with the new 2021 Chevrolet Silverado HD Carhartt Edition. A concept version of the Carhartt-spec Silverado first debuted at the SEMA Show back in 2016, and according to Chevy, garnered enough interests to justify the release of the new production version pickup, which is slated to roll into dealerships sometime in the Fall of 2020.
Based on the Silverado 2500HD LTZ and only available in the Crew Cab-spec, the new Carhartt Edition model comes from the factory with the full LTZ Off-Road package as standard, boasting specially-tuned twin-tube Rancho shocks fore and aft, Hill Descent Control, and skid-plates. Unique to the Carhartt variant is a special Mosaic Black Metallic livery with gold pin-striping and Carhartt badging on the doors and tailgate, along with a rollup tonneau cover emblazoned with the workwear brand’s logo, blacked-out hood vent detailing, chrome grill inserts and surround, and painted bumpers. The interior has been given Carhartt-branded weather-proof floor-mats, complimented by two-tone black and Carhartt brown leather seats with triple-stitched seams — a la Carhartt’s jackets — and logo-embroidered head-rests. Finishing out the special edition Silverado are tow-hooks and 20-inch wheels shod in all-terrain rubber. Pricing has not yet been released.