Chevrolet is scheming a Raptor-competitor, reportedly planning a hydrogen-powered pick-up truck, and eyeing a diverse range of other potential projects.
The American carmaker is devising a high-performance off-roader to take on the Ford F-150 Raptor, as well as an array of other vehicular projects, according to recent reports.
The Raptor-rivaling truck, codenamed “Project Bison”, is expected to feature an aggressive body kit, beefy suspension and powerful engine. The off-roader will be built on a Heavy-Duty Silverado platform, and is likely to arrive in the next two to three years.
In addition to this, Chevrolet is said to be considering a hydrogen-powered pick-up truck. The project is reportedly in the early stages with no timeline for production. If it reaches fruition, however, it would be the first of its kind in the market.
The carmaker is also reportedly at work on a range of other projects. These include a mid-engined Corvette, a new Equinox-based crossover and a range of electrified vehicles, including a hybrid version of the Silverado.
Chevrolet is thus engaged in a host of ambitious projects, from a Raptor-rivaling off-roader to a potentially groundbreaking hydrogen-powered pick-up truck. If all goes according to plan, the carmaker could soon revolutionize the auto industry.