The new 6.6-liter GM Duramax L5P V-8 turbodiesel is expected under the hood, as well as the Allison 1000 automatic transmission. A gasoline engine is not likely, unlike the V-8 large-block 8, 1 liter offered in Kodiak and TopKick trucks in the 2000s.
Chris Baker caught a few shots of this prototype that appears to be within the stability control system and other tests. The stabilizer holes on the bumper plate and the rolling cage in the rear suggest that the truck may have made a slalom course recently. There is a large striking grille at the front with Silverado-based headlamps based on Silverado. The hood of 2019 Chevy Kodiak seems to be flatter than earlier, while the mirrors and door handles seem to be just an intermediate solution as the production model arrives.
Stay informed that the official GM and Navistar International news is expected in March 2018. Until then, we will keep our eyes peeled for trial mules and rumors.
What if you need to tow over 24,000 lbs and you want a truck. How about the next truck 2019 Chevy Kodiak 4500/5500 medium? General Motors and Navistar International announced a partnership to produce the next generation of medium-sized trucks. Will these Chevy trucks carry the name Kodiak? This has not yet been confirmed.