We have a contract with an Alabama based company called SCA Performance that takes Silverado’s (along with Ram’s, F-150's, Jeep’s, and more) and builds them to be Quite Large. We’ve had a contract with SCA for allegedly quite a few years, I have no idea, to sell their Quite Large trucks. I think they are Quite Large.
They tend to be popular, as well, perhaps due to the fact they’re still covered by full factory warranty and also because they are Quite Large, which makes it easier to obstruct and block the view of the road ahead for other motorists.
SCA’s top of the line lift package for the 2019 Silverado is called the Black Widow, but it isn’t as poisonous and I don’t think it will kill you either. With the Black Widow package, you get a six inch lift, 35 inch BFG AT KO2 tires with 20 inch custom wheels attached, a country boy enticing upgraded exhaust, custom black widow stitched headrests that look...ok, and perhaps more, I can only read the spec sheet for so long before my attention span snaps.
This white truck is our first unit in and it will either sell tomorrow or it will sit around for eight months. The new Silverado’s are very much a love it or hate it truck, and with this example being Quite Large, it could only widen the divide. I haven’t driven the ‘19 Black Widow, but I did drive a previous body style example and I can absolutely assure the audience that lifted trucks are surely not my particular cup of tea.
On a side note, we also have a 2018 Jeep Trackhawk, 2016 Volvo XC90 T6 Momentum (love it, wish it was an Inscription), a 2018 F150 Raptor, and a 2017 Tacoma TRD Pro in on the used side and all of them need to come home with me, thanks.