Chevrolet is capping its lineup of all-new full-size trucks with the Silverado HD, due to hit dealerships in February 2019. Chevrolet is separating the Silverado HD from its lighter-duty siblings with more than just a facelift, with things like advanced automatic towing features and rear bumpers with integrated steps — because if you need a truck like this, you probably have something heavy to pull behind it. The exterior only shares the roof with the normal Silverado, with the HD getting some of the boxiest, most aggressive sheet metal yet seen on a truck. Chevrolet will offer two engines at launch, with an "all-new gasoline engine" and the Duramax turbodiesel V8 with 910 lb-ft of torque mated to a new 10-speed transmission. While the styling might be polarizing, the new Silverado HD looks like it will be up to just about any task you could throw at it.