Chevrolet has unveiled an off-roader pick-up truck concept at the ungoing Bangkok International Motor Show. Termed as the “Colorado Xtreme”, the pick-up truck bears quite a resemblance to the 2016 Chevrolet Trailbrazer.
On the outside, the Colorado Xtreme is painted in a mettalic orange finish, and supports a very robust design. Chevrolet has given the Colorado a hood scoop on the its engine, bumper skid plates, rugged body cladding and 18-inch mud terrain tires, contributing to the hardcore SUV look.
On the inside, the SUV is equipment-laden with features such as auxiliary gauges, an inclinometer showing the angle of inclination, an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system compatible with both Apple Carplay and Android, and a grab handle for the passenger.
Although a concept, the pick-up truck looks and feels production ready. Michael Simcoe, VP GM International, Global Design said, _“This truck is a direct response to consumers’ desire to personalize their vehicles. Not only does this integrated accessory range look fantastic, it also ensures that they are first and foremost practical and useful additions that are perfect additions to the vehicle family.