The Rally Edition features a monochromatic exterior with black accents, hood and body-side stripes and black wheels in 20- or 22-inch sizes.
Pricing will be announced closer to the launch date.
Chevrolet is putting the emphasis on trucks that have a custom look.
"We introduced several special editions in 2015," said Sandor Piszar, Chevrolet truck marketing director, in a statement. "They clearly resonated with buyers, selling in one-third the time."
The Rally Edition joins the 2016 Chevrolet Silverado Realtree Edition, which goes on sale later this spring.
Buyers can also opt for the Silverado 1500 Midnight Edition.
The Realtree and Midnight Edition include the Z71 off-road equipment package, including Rancho monotube shocks, locking rear differential, transfer case shield, hill descent control and all-terrain tires.
The Silverado special-edition trucks will be featured at the Texas Motor Speedway this weekend, each paired with a Chevrolet Racing driver. Dale Earnhardt Jr. will be behind the wheel of the Rally Edition.
Consumers can vote for their favorite special-edition Silverado team at twitter.com/ChevyTrucks.
Edmunds says: The Rally Edition appearance package is a simple and affordable way to give your truck a custom look and feel.