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Chevy Silverado Hybrid Recognized at SEMA

November 06, 2006

DETROIT - The Chevrolet Silverado Classic hybrid is the first hybrid to be recognized as a “Most Accessory Friendly” vehicle at the SEMA Show, capturing one of four SEMA Vehicle Design Awards and becoming a benchmark in SEMA's newest design award category, according to GM. The Silverado hybrid is the first full-size production pickup to utilize hybrid technology. The SEMA Vehicle Design Awards were established to honor those newly introduced vehicles that best exemplify the alliance between the OEMs and SEMA-member companies. The awards celebrate the vehicles that a select group of voting members has chosen as the most accessory-friendly vehicles of the year.
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