Buying a pick-up is not necesarily equivalent to owning a uper inteligent car. Supposed to carry heavy duty tasks, pick-up`s are considered far from the connectivity you fin on a sedan or an SUV. Not the same with the current Chevrolet Silverado, which can be offered as an exemple of connectivity. At least, that`s what Chevrolet is suggesting. 

Chevy managed to sell 1.4 million vehicles with $g internet connection, which is more than the rest of the industry, since June 2014. That number includes more than 500,000 Chevrolet Silverado, Silverado HD and Colorado trucks.

Chevrolet is the only automaker to offer 4G LTE connectivity across its full-range of retail cars, trucks and crossovers.

Chevrolet owners have consumed more than 1.4 million GB of data since its launch in June 2014. This is equivalent to 1.5 million hours of streaming HD video, 48 million hours of streaming music or 2.9 billion social media posts with photos. 

In 2015, Chevrolet owners logged more than 5 million interactions with the OnStar RemoteLink app every month on average. Chevrolet Volt drivers are most likely to use the app. And, Chevrolet drivers ask for directions through OnStar approximately two million times every month.

More than 99 percent of people who bought a vehicle equipped with OnStar 4G LTE have taken advantage of the free trial of 4G LTE data and signed up for five years of connectivity which includes access to OnStar RemoteLink, monthly Vehicle Diagnostic Reports and Dealer Maintenance Notifications from OnStar.