Unique tie-ups between automakers and retailers are nothing new at SEMA. To an extent, that’s what makes this auto event different from the rest; it affords opportunities for outfitters like Realtree to get involved in the creation of a custom vehicle.

The outdoor outfitter that has made a living out of being the world’s leading designer, marketer, and licensee of camouflaged products teamed up with Chevrolet to create what can only be described as the "ultimate hunter’s truck": the Silverado Realtree Concept.

The truck is based on the Silverado 2500 crew cab and was given plenty of new details, including a Champagne Silver Metallic color that comes with Realtree graphics. The hulking pick-up also received a custom front bumper with an integrated winch and a new set of 18" wheels wrapped in mammoth 35" off-road tires. Even the pick-up’s interior was given given some Realtree touches, especially the Dark Cocoa leather seating with camouflage piping and blaze orange stitching that comes together with Realtree AP pattern accents.

Meanwhile, the Silverado Realtree comes with a torquey 6.6-liter Duramax diesel engine that churns out 397 horsepower and a metal-twisting 765 lb/ft of torque, giving the pick-up all the power it needs for all of the miles it’s going to log in the off-road.

Chevrolet and Realtree have established a solid partnership that has lasted seven years and the former wanted to celebrate the occasion by seeking the input of the latter in building a truly one-of-a-king custom pick-up.

“This truck is a celebration of the seven-year partnership between Chevrolet and Realtree," said Tony Truelove, marketing manager for Chevrolet pickups. "It’s only natural to combine the dependable, long-lasting Silverado HD with Realtree, the best gear for the outdoors.”

  • 2011 Chevrolet Silverado Realtree Concept
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    Duramax diesel engine
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  (449) posted on 12.7.2011

Yeah! I either! However, 397 horsepower is I think not good enough for this kind of vehicle. Well, it looks too huge and big on that output only. I hope that they would boost it more. smiley

  (526) posted on 11.10.2011

I can’t wait to see the final outlook of this concept! I hope they updated another news about this soon. smiley Anyway, I’m glad that they used an impressive engine specification on this one.

  (449) posted on 11.8.2011

I’m afraid it’s not. smiley It is only their initial outlook, but anyway, I have to agree that it looks so massive on its platform most especially on its wheels. However, I don’t think that its engine will be only good enough for it.

  (453) posted on 11.4.2011

Is that already the final outlook of this Silverado Concept? Well, if it is really, I must say that it looks too bulky but at the same time looks so massive most especially on its wheels.

  (459) posted on 11.3.2011

I wonder if what will really be the final outlook of this one? Anyway, Lambocar2016 is right that this one is seems too huge for an outdoor car, but it still looks so massive on its wheels.

  (256) posted on 11.1.2011

Is that really the final outlook of this concept? Anyway, I noticed that it looks so massive on its platform and especially on its wheels, and I don’t think, if the engine that it had could truly give a better performance on it.

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