Chevy Colorado: The power of DURAMAX
Concept Chevrolet Colorado - 2011 Bangkok Auto Show
http://aajnow.com - The new Chevrolet Colorado Concept is know out ahead of
the Bangkok International Auto Show. This vehicle will be a global
production for Chevrolet building on the heritage of Chevrolet Trucks. More
details about the production vehicle will be out later this year.
Colorado International Media Ride & Drive
Chevrolet took leading automotive journalists from around the world to test
drive the Colorado on its home-ground in Thailand during 17- 20 April,2012.
The test route took them from Chiang Rai to Chiang Mai, via open highways,
sweeping curves and tight, mountainous roads, including off-road tracks to
demonstrate the Colorado's all-round capabilities
Chevrolet 2008 Colorado
It must be stated that they are Thai models, unrelated with North American.
They just got intensive update since first 4 years ago, with several
changes and new features, stronger-than-ever chassis. Everything else
remained the same. As the matter of fact, this ad was launch early November
before official launch day. And of couse, near another important event...
Colorado Speed - Running
This our Colorado Speed Project, and as you can see, it's almost done!
We're just tuning it now. Get ready SEMA because here we come!
Produced by JakeMedia
2011 Chevrolet Colorado Concept
Behold, the next-generation Chevrolet Colorado. Sort of. General Motors has
yanked back the sheets on what the company is calling a show truck at the
Bangkok International Motor Show. Despite the 'show' label, the mid-sizer
is poised to go on sale in Thailand later this year packing a 2.8-liter turbo-diesel engine, though there are no
firm details as to what we can expect in terms of either power or
efficiency. GM did say that the Colorado won't leave buyers lacking for
enough towing capacity, though. Odds are we can expect tricks like the
20-inch wheels and body-color tonneau cover to be nixed as the truck makes
its way closer to production.
Still, the vehicle is plenty sharp and looks to have the mechanical guts to
give the global Ford Ranger a run for its money. But will GM offer the
Colorado we see here in the States? That's a tough question. The automaker
has made it clear that the Shreveport, Louisiana plant that manufactures
the aging Colorado/GMC Canyon isn't long for this world, though we have
heard rumors that the automaker isn't planning on killing the pickup all
together. Here's hoping we'll see this truck or something similar in the
States sometime soon.