The High Desert trim adds capability and luxury in equal doses.

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The High Desert was actually the first trim to offer magnetorheological suspension on the Silverado.

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The SEMA-specific High Desert truck adds a performance exhaust that adds 7 horsepower, bigger brakes, all-weather floor liners and an illuminated bowtie grille emblem. Twenty-two-inch wheels with a bronze finish round out the upgrade list.

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It's not a heavy-duty pickup, but it has a heavy-duty presence for sure.

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The idea for the light-up Chevrolet bowtie was totally jacked from Mercedes-Benz.

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These bronze wheels are rather impressive in person. It should be a factory option.

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