Tuning studio SVE, which is located in the state of New Jersey (USA), has presented a set of upgrades for the full-size Chevrolet Silverado pickup. Their version of the car was named Yenko / SC Silverado. The car received a different appearance and increased power.
The sheer variety of available trucks that are now offered in the automotive markets, combined with their relatively low prices and impressive performance, make this time one of the best times in history for truck fans.
When it comes to sports trucks built for off-road driving, the official car manufacturers present a rather limited list of models, in contrast to various tuning shops.
The latter includes SVE performance, which has unveiled a heavily redesigned version of the full-size Chevrolet Silverado. The car was named Yenko / SC Silverado.
First, the atelier has added power to the standard 6.2-liter V8 with a 3.0-liter supercharger that boosts the engine to 710 horsepower while still meeting 50 US state emission standards. The tuner provides a warranty for engine operation for three years or 57,936 km.
There are also massive 6-piston front brakes. In addition, the suspension has received major changes – there are now 2-inch progressive springs at the front, and a 5-inch rear set with Fox shocks is in the rear. There is also an oversized, reinforced rear anti-roll bar (1.125 inches) and reinforced tie rods that help reduce wheel bounce and transfer all that power to the ground.
In addition to engine and suspension changes, SVE offers unique exterior styling elements that can be customized to suit your unique needs.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that the tuner SVE presented a heavily modernized GMC Syclone pickup. The American truck SVE Syclone 2021 model year received a 750-horsepower V8 engine and an automatic all-wheel drive AWD system. A total of 50 copies of the novelty will be released.