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It takes a lot to stand out in today’s sports truck market, but with the new 2017 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 GM seems to have hit the nail right on the head. Besides the cool looks, the long list of features, and innate capabilities of this truck, it has also the price tag going for it.
With the market for high-performance pickup trucks showing no sign of slowing down, Chevrolet has come up with yet another new contender which they unveiled in Los Angeles. The 2017 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 is an off-road-prepared version of the popular truck and it looks a lot more badass.
Chevrolet could not turn up at the SEMA show without at least one custom pickup truck. So to take care of that they teamed up with a surfing company to present the fans with the Colorado Z71 Hurley concept, pitched as a “a mobile beach command center.”
We can think of only a few things cooler than a fully kitted-out off-roader built for the Special Forces. But when that off-roader is also a technologically advanced fuel cell SUV, well, that’s just off the hook. This, we think, is a fair description of the new Chevrolet Colorado ZH2, revealed at the fall meeting […]
General Motors announced they are working with the the U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research, Development & Engineering Center (TARDEC) to convert a conventional Chevy Colorado pickup truck to a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle. Then the Army is going to test this one-off Chevrolet Colorado Fuel Cell for 12 months and report on its performance.
Not all of the concept cars Chevy has brought to this year’s SEMA are just for the show. Some of them, like this Chevrolet Colorado Z71 Trail Boss edition, showcase the accessories and performance parts you can already purchase from authorized dealer and tart up your vehicle with.
Even though Chevrolet claims the Colorado mid-size pickup is USA’s “hottest-selling truck” right now, they felt the need to improve and spice it up by adding two new special edition models. The 2016 Colorado Midnight and Trail Boss editions will hit the showrooms this fall with cooler styling and greater specs than normal models.
Further expanding their truck lineup and giving customers greater variety, General Motors Announced the launch of the Chevrolet Colorado Duramax Diesel midsize pickup. The main advantageous of this model includes better capability and efficiency compared to models with similarly-sized gasoline engine.
The next Chevy truck to get a special edition treatment is the mid-size Colorado. It is usually the big and mighty Silverado that gets all the goodies, but this time they decided to go down market and launched the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado Trail Boss Edition.
Yep, it’s yet another special edition Chevy pickup truck, this time based on the fairly compact Colorado. This one benefits from GearOn accessory system, and hence it’s called, rather unimaginatively, the Chevrolet Colorado GearOn edition.
One of the most interesting cars in Chevy’s 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show lineup was the Colorado ZR2, a concept version of the production pickup truck, designed to make trucking more fun. It also pays tribute to Chevrolet’s previous ZR2 production models.
Besides the Ricky Carmichael-designed Colorado we showed you yesterday, Chevrolet’s lineup at SEMA this year also includes a custom Colorado prepared in collaboration with Nautique Boat Company. The concept is designed to reflect the versatility of the truck and its ability to cater for an active lifestyle.
Motocross legend Ricky Carmichael has teamed up with Chevrolet to make a one of a kind Colorado pickup truck for this year’s SEMA show. This truck was designed to answer Carmichael’s go-anywhere needs while looking awesome all the time.
Responding to the increasing demand for custom pickup trucks that can do more than just hauling cargo around, Chevrolet announced the launch of a new Sport edition of the Colorado. Revealed at State Fair of Texas, the Colorado Sport demonstrates the “lifestyle-oriented versatility” of the new truck.
General Motors found an opportunity at 2015 U.S. Sand Sculpting Championships in San Diego to promote the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado in an unusual way. They made a full-size Colorado out of sand, and it looks very cool. But sand is not exactly a symbol of sturdiness, is it?