Trucks are among the most popular vehicles on the road today, and the Chevy lineup is the high standard against which other pickups are measured. Success like that isn’t earned overnight. Indeed, the evolution of Chevrolet trucks spans over a century.
Chevrolet introduces its first purpose-built truck model: the 1918 One-Ton.
The iconic Chevy truck look is established with the introduction of the 1938 Chevrolet Half-Ton truck model.
The introduction of the 1967 Chevrolet C/K10 Series provides drivers with an assortment of different engine options to choose from to tackle any task at hand.
The legendary “Silverado” name is officially introduced as a trim level for the Chevy lineup of trucks at the time.
Right before the dawn of the new millennium, Chevrolet officially spins the Chevrolet Silverado off as its very own model.
Chevrolet introduces its very own mid-size truck for the emerging segment in the form of the Chevrolet Colorado.
2018 marked the 100th anniversary of Chevrolet trucks, and the brand celebrated with various centennial editions and trim levels.
Chevrolet introduces the 2021 Silverado 1500, its strongest and most capable pickup yet, exciting consumers and hinting at a long and promising future.
Here at Copeland Chevrolet, we can’t wait to see what the next century of Chevrolet trucks will introduce to the automotive industry. If you want to be a part of that legacy, check out our extensive online inventory of Chevy pickups or visit us in Brockton, MA, for a test drive.