What is the Chevy Silverado Trailering Camera System?
Gene Messer Chevrolet invites you to discover the added safety and agility of the Chevy Silverado Trailering Camera. What if you could see through your trailer? With Transparent Trailer View, now you can. Find out how this view, as well as the other 14 views, put you in the best possible position of safety and control behind the wheel of your powerful Silverado.
The Chevy Silverado has always been known for having legendary power. In the modern world, power alone isn't enough. Chevy has introduced an awesome trailering camera system on the Silverado. Featuring up to fifteen unique views, the new 2020 Chevrolet Silverado gives drivers better monitoring during the whole towing process.
Four Different Towing Views
Connecting your trailer just became much easier. The available cameras give you a clearer view when trying to connect your trailer. Connecting your trailer has never been so painless.
- Hitch View - This close-up view of your receiver hitch allows for precise alignment when you are connecting your trailer.
- Surround View - An overhead view that gives a bird's-eye perspective at the area around your vehicle.
- Bed View - This view allows drivers to check the status of cargo or to view gooseneck/fifth-wheel trailer connections while connecting the trailer.
- Rear Top Down View (Shown)- A view that shows the distance between your truck and an object close by.
Six Optional Driver Views
From the Inside Trailer View to the Rear Camera Mirror, the Chevrolet Silverado brings an impressive array of camera options. After trailering with the Chevy Silverado, you will never want to tow with another Truck.
- Inside Trailer View - This optional camera is mounted in your trailer. Now drivers can keep watch over the cargo without leaving the comfort of the driver's seat.
- Front Camera View - A front camera that uses available guidelines to assist when parking.
- Rear Camera Mirror - This optional camera-based mirror replaces a standard mirror for an unobstructed, wider view.
- Transparent Trailer (Shown) - This revolutionary technology allows drivers to 'see through' a conventional hitched camper or trailer.
- Rear Trailer View - Using an optional camera, this view sees objects or vehicles behind your trailer.
- Pic-In-Pic Side - This combines two views, Rear Trailer View and Rear Side View, for a more in depth look at what you are hauling.
5 Parking Views
Parking with a trailer can be challenging, even for seasoned professionals. Now, with 5 available Parking Cameras, the Chevrolet Silverado helps you to enter and exit tight parking spots with ease.
- Rear Side View - This split screen view shows you both sides of your trailer.
- Bowl View (Shown) - This view generates a rear-facing 3D view that assists with low-speed reversing.
- Front Top-Down View - This overhead view of the front of your Silverado helps you near curbs or in parking lots.
- Rear Camera View - This is the standard rear view most drivers are accustomed to.
- Front Side View - This view shows the position of your front tires. This helps keep you in the parking lines and avoiding other objects.
Try the Chevy Silverado Trailering Camera In Lubbock
When it comes to a see-through trailer camera view, seeing is believing. Don't wait. Visit your friends at Gene Messer Chevrolet today to find out what all the buzz is about. Whether you're a long-hauler or short, pull from a conventional hitch, gooseneck, or 5th wheel, this new feature can change the way you hitch, tow, connect, and drive.
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