Introduced to update the 2022 Chevy Silverado ZR2 Silverado.

All accessories come with a new high-performance off-road trim level

 that offers more features in harsh environments. Now, GM executives

are looking closely at how dealers will stock up on the Chevy Silverado ZR2 going forward.

Dealers now face slightly different distribution models when it comes to new car inventory growth

 However, when it comes to Chevy Silverado ZR2 inventories,

dealers use an Average Daily Delivery (ADS) dealer allocation model based on the Chevy Silverado LT Trail Boss.

For those unfamiliar readers, the average daily deliveries in the dealer allocation model determines the quantity

 of a particular vehicle that the dealer (in this case the Chevy Silverado ZR2) will receive based on the number of days the dealer asks questions

Selling a specific vehicle, in this case the Chevy Silverado LT Trail Boss

Unlike other allocation models, ADS dealer allocation models

such as Historic Volume, in which the dealer allocates units of a specific vehicle based on the quantity of vehicles sold

has a higher Historic Volume, so more allocations are allocated to dealers.

Unlike the ADS model mentioned above, this particular model does not take into account the time it takes to sell.

Therefore, ADS models may not be able to sell in large volumes, but can be useful for smaller dealers who can quickly sell a specific vehicle.

Moreover, the ADS model is particularly relevant in times of high demand and low supply, as are the current market conditions.