U.S. Army’s SmarTruck II prototype is based on modified Chevy Silverado. Forget Maybach, Bentley and Ferrari. The most-expensive vehicle at the North American International Auto Show belongs to the U.S. Army. The $2 million prototype pickup truck unveiled at the Detroit show is a heavily modified version of General Motors Corp.’s Chevy Silverado 2500 HD. The 5-ton pickup is equipped with 6x6 all-wheel drive and is packed with electrical gadgets, high-tech communication systems ...
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