The 2021 Chevrolet Silverado HD Midnight Edition is here to tell you it means business. And that business is a number of improvements for the 2021 model year across the lineup, and a blacked out appearance package on the Midnight Edition that makes an intimidating design look downright evil, but in the best way possible.
Midnight Edition 2021 Silverado HD trucks will only be offered in one color. You guessed it, that color is black. The exterior gets blacked out grille, skid plate, badging, mirror caps and two black wheel choices to round out the dark exterior design. Owners can either opt for 18 inch wheels with mud-terrain tires or 20 inch wheels with all-terrain tires. Finally, the package gives a spray in bedliner, and running boards.
Like all other 2021 Chevrolet Silverado HD models, the Midnight Edition truck has been updated for 2021 with increased towing capability, technology and standard features. The pickup now boasts best in class towing on 3500 HD of up to 36,000 lbs with the 6.6L Duramax engine, 10-speed Allison transmission and the Max Tow Package equipped. Towing is also improved with Trailer Length Indicator, Jack-Knife Alert, Cargo Bed View enhancement, Trailer-Angle Indicator for Rear Trailer View, and Rear Side View enhancement technologies.
The 2021 Silverado HD adds a host of new equipment across the range. A bed view camera is now optional on Work Truck, Custom and LT, and standard on High Country. Sirius XM and OnStar become optional on Work Truck and Custom trims, while a front console with storage is now standard. Work Truck and Custom trim levels can now option the Safety Confidence Package that includes Forward Collision Alert, Automatic Emergency Braking, Driver Information Center and Steering Wheel Audio Controls. Finally, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are standard on LTZ and High Country, and optional on LT.
With the new capabilities and equipment, plus the murdered-out Midnight Edition and Carhartt Edition, the 2021 Chevrolet Silverado HD continues to be a compelling choice in the heavy duty pickup segment. Pricing and info are not readily available, but the sinister package will begin production late this year.