The rumors are apparently true about the Chevrolet Silverado getting the MultiPro hatchback from the GMC Sierra. GM Trucks took a photo of this sign on the back of the bowtie van and gave Motor1.com approval to repost it.
Unfortunately, the single image shows the Chevy truck behind a chain link fence which somewhat obscures the details. However, if you look closely, the seam of the smaller top hatch opening is visible.
Previous information suggests that the Swiss Army Knife of hatchbacks may get the MultiFlex trademark on Chevys in order to differentiate the MultiPro name on GMC pickups. New information from GM Trucks indicates that the parts would share the same order code QK2. This indicates that apart from the name, the two panels can be identical.
The 2019 GMC Sierra 1500 introduced the MultiPro hatchback. It has six configurations, including folding steps and a standing workstation. Technology is optional on the Elevation trim level and standard on the SLT, AT4 and Denali. Chevy could make a similar decision for MultiFlex by offering the layout only on certain grades of Silverado.
The launch date for the Silverado with the MultiFlex hatchback is currently not available. The best information to date suggests that the panel will arrive in the middle of 2021. In the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, Chevy has decided to delay planned renovations for a variety of vehicles, including this pickup.
The 2022 model year Silverado would benefit from a refreshed interior. The changes would include a larger infotainment screen, a redesigned dashboard, and a generally improved fit and finish. For a rough guide to what to expect, check out the cabins of the 2021 Chevy Tahoe and Suburban.