GMC recently introduced a new concept truck: the Canyon AT4 OVRLANDX. This off-roading beast wowed at the Overland Expo Mountain West 2021 with its premium appointments and impressive capabilities.
The Canyon AT4 OVRLANDX features Multimatic DSSV™ dampers as well as front and rear electronic locking differentials to make for smooth rides. Off-road rocker panel protectors and a factory-lifted, wide off-road chassis with improved underbody coverage can keep the truck safe on rough terrains.
It drives on 33-inch BFGoodrich® KM3 Mud-Terrain tires that ensure plenty of traction. Plus, this concept truck offers 10 inches of ground clearance, 32.1 inches of water fording capability, and a 27.7-degree approach angle — so trail obstacles are no issue.
A roof-mounted tent, a 270-degree awning, a kitchenette and cooler, and jerry cans for gasoline and water make the OVRLANDX more convenient for camping and fishing trips. In addition, design elements like an exclusive leather-wrapped interior, unique grille and headlamp finishes, and distinct AT4 badges give the truck an eye-catching look.
While you can’t buy the Canyon AT4 OVRLANDX at dealerships right now, GMC does offer the off-road-capable AT4 trim for the Canyon, Sierra 1500, Sierra HD, Yukon, Terrain, and Acadia. Check out some of these models at Bradshaw Automotive in Greer, South Carolina, and take one out for a test drive.
The Chevrolet Silverado 1500 has received a host of updates for the 2022 model year. Check out the new luxuries, technologies, and more features that this redesigned pickup truck has received.
A New Trim Level
For the first time, you can select a Silverado ZR2 model. This trim is ideal if you enjoy heading off the beaten path to fish or explore nature. With uniquely-tuned springs, Multimatic® dampers, a skid plate package, 33-inch off-road MT tires, and other exciting features, the Silverado ZR2 is ready for off-roading adventures.
A Bolder Style
Each trim of the 2022 Silverado 1500 has a new grille design and front fascia. The available wing-shaped daytime running lamps are more stylish and will run an animated lighting sequence when you approach or leave the cabin.
An Elevated Interior
The cabin features new premium materials, available colors, and seat designs to create a more refined look. Front and center is a new infotainment screen through which you can easily access features. The new instrument cluster also presents important vehicle info more intuitively.
The 2022 Silverado 1500 is the first-ever Chevy pickup to offer Super Cruise™ as an available option. The hands-free driver-assistance technology allows you to have more relaxing rides as it takes control on compatible roads.
Learn more about the new 2022 Chevy Silverado 1500 and when it will arrive at Bradshaw Automotive in Greer, South Carolina, by giving us a call or contacting us on our website.
The new Chevy Colorado has plenty of features and upgrades to impress for the 2022 model year. But, one feature that is sure to thrill adventure-seekers is the new Trail Boss Package, specifically designed for off-roading adventures.
The Trail Boss Package will bolster the 2022 Chevy Colorado to take on the toughest terrain thanks to features including 17-inch high-gloss black wheels, a performance front skid plate, a performance mid skid plate, red recovery hooks, and a front 1-inch leveling kit. Adding to the exterior style and bold design of the 2022 Colorado are tailgate lettering and Colorado emblems in black.
To get the Trailboss Package, you will need to choose a four-wheel drive equipped LT or Z71 trim of the 2022 Chevy Colorado. Opting for the Trail Boss Package on the LT trim will clad your Colorado with black bowtie emblems but make it ineligible for the Chrome Appearance Package. You also won’t be privy to the Redline Special Edition and LPO-level wheels. The Z71 Midnight Edition and any LPO-level wheels are not compatible with the Trail Boss Package on the Z71 trim.
Safety is a top concern for Chevrolet and it shows in the 2021 Chevrolet Traverse. When equipped with optional front crash prevention and specific headlights, the midsize SUV earns a Top Safety Pick award from the Insurance Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
“Safety for our customers through each of our brands has always been paramount to our operations,” said John Capp, director of Global Safety Technology, Strategy and Regulations at GM.
The well-equipped 2021 Traverse earned the rating from the IIHS after it scored “Good” in the agency’s crashworthiness tests, the highest mark available. The six crashworthiness tests are small overlap front: driver side, small overlap front: passenger-side, moderate overlap front, side, roof strength, and head restraints and seats. The IIHS also rated the available front crash prevention, vehicle-to-vehicle tech in the 2021 Traverse as “Superior.”
Standard safety tech on the 2021 Traverse, which is available with FWD or AWD, includes a rear vision camera, an airbag system, and a tire pressure monitoring system. Teen Driver technology is also standard, allowing you to monitor the driving habits of your inexperienced driver as well as set limits on vehicle features including speed and audio volume.
The IIHS isn’t the only prominent safety group to rate the Traverse highly. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has given the 2021 Chevrolet Traverse a five-star overall safety rating.
This fall, Chevrolet steps up its truck game yet again with the new and improved 2022 Silverado 1500. Likely debuting in September, the latest Silverado pickup boasts a host of impressive improvements — including cutting-edge technology and an exciting new trim.
Chevrolet has confirmed that the new 2022 Silverado will be the second vehicle in the lineup to receive Super Cruise™ hands-free driving technology. Super Cruise™ comes enhanced for 2022 with a new feature tailor-made for the Silverado: the ability to trailer hands-free. New Super Cruise™ also offers features like automatic lane change and an enhanced navigation display.
2022 also finally marks the debut of the Silverado ZR2. The popular trim, which has been part of the Colorado lineup since 2017, will make the latest Silverado even more off-road-capable than ever. Expect similar upgrades to the Colorado ZR2, including a Multimatic DSSV™ Damping System and a unique ZR2 off-road-tuned suspension.
On top of all this, the new 2022 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 will sport a bold new look inside and out. Expected improvements include a larger touch-screen display, more interior refinement, and a more aggressive face. Considering that the current Silverado is one of the best-looking and most refined trucks on the road, there’s plenty of reason to be excited.
Another reason to be excited: Chevrolet should be pulling the cover off the 2022 Silverado 1500 very soon. And that means it’ll be in stock and ready to roll at Bradshaw Automotive in Greer, South Carolina, before you know it.
The new and improved 2022 Chevrolet Traverse is arriving at Bradshaw Automotive, and it’s delivering even more of what you love. Restyled, refined, and revamped, the 2022 Traverse is a great option if you’re shopping for a new SUV in Greer, South Carolina.
Among the most notable changes is a new design that includes a sharper grille and standard LED headlamps and daytime running lamps. Coupled with a new LED taillamp design and four new wheel options, the bolder new face of the Traverse makes it one of the handsomest SUVs in its class.
The new 2022 Chevrolet Traverse is also one of the smartest options in its segment thanks to a range of new upgrades. Every Traverse now gets Chevy Safety Assist, which adds must-have driver-assist features including Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning and Automatic Emergency Braking. Options like Rear Pedestrian Alert, Adaptive Cruise Control, and the Safety Alert Seat are now available across more of the lineup as well.
Topping it off are new features like standard wireless Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™, a larger 8-inch-diagonal color driver information display on the Premier and High Country trims, and an available rear power sunshade.
Add all these improvements to a three-row SUV that offers best-in-class cargo room and 310 horsepower, and you’ve got a bona fide winner. If you’re looking to upgrade, check out the new 2022 Chevrolet Traverse at Bradshaw Automotive in Greer, South Carolina.
You only have to wait a few more months before you can reserve the innovative, electric luxury SUV from Cadillac. Starting in September, you can place an order for the 2023 Cadillac LYRIQ EV. The 2023 Cadillac LYRIQ EV will be available next year at Bradshaw Automotive in Greer, South Carolina.
“Throughout the next decade, Cadillac will define the future of luxury transportation through a series of exciting new electric vehicles, and it all begins with LYRIQ,” said Rory Harvey, the vice president of Global Cadillac.
The 2023 Cadillac LYRIQ EV will deliver approximately 300 miles of range when fully charged thanks to its 12-module, 100 kilowatt-hour battery pack.* Ratings of the 340 horsepower and 440 Nm of torque create a responsive, thrilling driving performance.
The 2023 Cadillac LYRIQ also features the automaker’s rear-wheel-drive Ultium Platform, available Super Cruise™ technology, and the newest installment of the brand’s Active Noise Cancellation system. The AKG Studio audio system features 19 speakers and speakers in the headrest for a sound-rich experience. You’ll also find a cutting-edge, full-color 33-inch LED display for infotainment features and the instrument cluster.
For 2022, Chevrolet will add an important feature designed to maximize usefulness, versatility, and enjoyment for Silverado HD models. The Multi-Flex Tailgate, already a feature on the 2021 Silverado 1500, presents six settings for greater functionality. Easily operated from the key fob or via two buttons mounted on the tailgate, the available Multi-Flex Tailgate is a game changer for days on the job and outdoor adventures.
The Multi-Flex Tailgate operates like a traditional gate, but also offers a load stop function to help secure long items from getting loose. Reaching into the bed is easier thanks to the inner gate, which folds down, and the full-width step that can bear the brunt of 375 pounds. The inner gate also features a load stop, helping to ensure items on the second tier won’t escape while you’re on the go.
Finding a stable, safe, and clean spot to work on your laptop or spread out plans or paperwork is nearly impossible on a dusty, dirty worksite. The Multi-Flex Tailgate solves that issue with a work surface that folds out of the inner gate. You can also use the work surface to maximize vertical storage space.
Chevrolet’s 2022 Silverado HD models will be available this summer. Visit Bradshaw Automotive in Greer, South Carolina, to get a closer look at the Multi-Flex Tailgate on the 2021 Silverado 1500 or to learn more about the 2022 Silverado HD.
General Motors fills its vehicles with plenty of advanced, high-tech solutions so you never lose your way. With the launch of Maps+, GM has made navigating easier and more intuitive than ever before.
The new Maps+ in-vehicle navigation app, powered by Mapbox, upgrades the capabilities of compatible Buick, Chevrolet, GMC, and Cadillac vehicles that are model year 2018 and newer. Maps+ began its rollout at the end of April to approximately 900,000 vehicles through select Connected Services plans.
By combining navigation, voice assistants, and apps into a singular system, Maps+ integrates its capability with vehicles that previously did not have built-in navigation. Maps+ works with Alexa built-in voice control, which can be used to start navigation or listen to music and podcasts. Other Maps+ features include cross-app integration and a simple interface, personalization of design and shortcuts, and other services such as speed limit and road hazard alerts, real-time map data, and routing notifications.
Maps+ adds to GM’s extensive suite of features and technologies that seamlessly and safely integrate information and convenience into your drive. To learn how you can get this feature and whether your vehicle is eligible, contact our service department here at Bradshaw Automotive in Greer, South Carolina.
GM recently announced that Chevrolet’s popular pickup truck is going electric. With a new electric Chevrolet Silverado coming to the Chevy lineup, GM continues to pave the way for an electric, zero-emissions future with its innovative electric vehicles.
Not only will the new electric Chevy Silverado become Chevrolet’s first full-size battery-powered pickup truck, but it will also be available for a wide range of uses. Whether you opt for the retail and fleet-oriented versions of the electric Silverado, or you simply want to enjoy the thrill of driving electric in your everyday life, the Chevy Silverado EV will blend Chevrolet’s classic pickup design and capabilities with GM’s advanced electric technology.
With over 400 miles of expected zero-emissions driving when fully charged, the electric Chevy Silverado will be powered by GM’s exclusive Ultium batteries. The Ultium platform is developed from GM’s new company, Ultium Cells LLC, which is based in Lordstown, Ohio. The full-size electric truck will be built at GM’s Factory ZERO assembly plant in Michigan, the same location that produces the GMC Hummer EV and upcoming Cruise Origin. A $2.2 billion investment in the facility in 2020 marked GM’s first EV-only assembly plant that continues to change the way electric vehicles are developed and built.
Here at Bradshaw Automotive in Greer, South Carolina, we look forward to learning more about the electric Silverado in the coming months — and sharing what we learn with you!