General Motors (GM) has just unveiled a couple of new full-size pickups, namely the Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra, and GM is proud to call them “the most technological trucks” that they have rolled out to date. For instance, the Chevrolet Silverado will boast a next-generation version of the brand’s MyLink infotainment system, where it comes with an 8-inch reconfigurable touchscreen display, making it a snap to access various menus and media sources on the go, ranging from iPods to Bluetooth-enabled phones and a Pandora internet radio app. Connectivity is in abundance with the Silverado, where you can choose from five USB ports, a 110-volt outlet and a 12-volt outlet
As for the GMC Sierra, it will come with a new generation of its own connectivity system known as IntelliLink. Being the first full-size pickup to feature standard projector-beam headlights, the Sierra will also boast a signature LED light pattern that helps accent the headlights, with discreet LED accent lighting helping set a mood with a red glow along the dash and doors. Regardless of whether you pick up the Silverado or Sierra, they will come with advanced active safety features such as Forward Collision Alert and Lane Departure Warning.
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