Chevy Colorado ZR2 may soon get an off-road version of BajaAugust 18, 2020
One of the publications reports that the current generation Chevy Colorado may well receive a more off-road version, which will receive the designation Chevy Colorado. There are few details about the new product.
Chevy unveiled the refreshed 2021 Colorado back this June. Now there are a huge variety of rumors about what will happen next with this pickup. There are already speculations about the next generation of the truck, which is still several years before its debut. However, a new rumor from the foreign publication GM-Trucks.com suggests that the truck of the current generation may receive an off-road version of the Baja, and this will happen quite soon.
GM-Trucks.com reports that its source said Chevy will add an off-road version of Baja Mode to the current Chevy Colorado ZR2 sometime after the 2021 model year.
At the moment, there are very few details about the alleged version of the pickup, other than its name and approximate dates when it may be presented. It is unclear in what quality the new product will be offered – as a separate version or, perhaps, complete with other updates, or maybe as additional equipment.
As noted in the publication, thanks to the Baja Mode version, the American pickup will receive both hardware and software updates, ranging from reprogramming stability control to installing new suspension parts or other components.
The Colorado’s Baja Mode truck is reportedly only available with one engine – GM’s 2.7-liter turbocharged four-cylinder, which GM mates to a 10-speed gearbox.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that the GMC MultiPro tailgate will appear in Silverado pickups in 2021. GM-Trucks Western claims that GMC’s MultiPro tailgate could appear on the feature list for the full-size Chevrolet Silverado pickup. According to rumors, for the latter, the name of the door may be changed.
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