Chevrolet introduced a special modification of the pickup ColoradoSeptember 7, 2018
Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 Bison – this is how the brand new performance of the American mid-size pickup will be called. The car has become more prepared to overcome the fierce impassability. The start of pickup sales is scheduled for the first month of next year.
A couple of hours ago, on the official YouTube channel of the American automaker Chevrolet, a video was published, which shows a mid-size Chevrolet Colorado pickup in the ZR2 Bison performance. It is reported that the start of official sales of the car should begin in January next year.
So, what is the modification of the Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 Bison? The car, which according to the published video can easily overcome almost all road obstacles in its path, received 17-inch wheels, shod in off-road tires measuring 31 inches, and a reinforced body.
I must say that the car has received a fairly large number of various improvements, which relate to both its appearance and the improvement of technical indicators. It is reported that Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 Bison worked not only Chevrolet engineers, but also specialists from the tuning company American Expedition Vehicles.
As we have already said, the new performance of the American pickup truck is designed primarily to overcome the daring off-road. Five support plates made of high-strength steel, protect the bottom of the car, the same material is made front / rear bumper. On the front bumper there is a place for the winch, and on the back there are places for towing the pickup with hooks, which will help him to get out if he can not get out of the next pit himself. We also want to note another radiator grille – it seems more solid than in the usual performance of a pickup truck. In addition, in different places of the car you can find the nameplates AEV.
The Bison version gets all the same chips that the usual Colorado ZR2 can boast, including front and rear lock differentials, and DDSV dampers. Under the hood, the new can have a 3.6-liter V6 working with an 8-speed automatic transmission or a 2.8-liter turbo diesel, connected to a 6-speed automatic transmission.