Chevrolet released a new pickup in the last few months and to show what new owners could do with their Colorado, Chevrolet created the Colorado Xtreme.
Just like with the ZR2 truck, the Colorado Xtreme is based on the usual version of the truck but with a lot of improvements inside and out. At this point in time there are rumors which suggest that it will never be put into production and even Chevrolet said that the truck is just a design study. However, considering how much attention to details they put into the car we do think that even though they will not release the model on the market, some of its features might be offered at a later date as dealer installed extras.
MORE AGGRESSIVE DESIGN
The head of design for GM International said that the truck has been developed and engineered while looking at the one designed for the US market which also means that it now boasts quite a few new features and design additions different from those of the usual model. The front end has been completely revamped and it now takes a boxier appearance, similar to that found on the US based Colorado.
On top of that, the front and rear bumpers are new, and unique to the concept truck, but the headlights, grille and even the mirrors have been restyled to look more like those of the US market model.
The 2017 Chevrolet Colorado Xtreme also comes with flared wheel arches, large 18 inch rims with high performance off-road tires, larger side rails, a roof-mounted rack with a light bar, a modular bed-liner and a massive hood scoop in the front. The color of choice is bright orange and even the beads on the wheels have been painted orange in order to fir the scheme. The spare tire has been mounted in the bed while the front received a large skid-plate. Time to visit a Chevrolet showroom.