Chevrolet has revealed the production version of the next Colorado for the international market. It has only been about half a year since the concept was unveiled, and as suspected, the final product has stayed true to much of the show car's design lines. This pickup was developed in South America and Asia, and had its debut in Thailand where small/mid-size trucks are still quite popular.
The new Colorado will be sold in over 60 markets around the world, but the U.S. has not yet been confirmed as one of them. It has been confirmed that there will be a new U.S.-built mid-size truck in our market within the next few years, and it is hard to find a reason why our next Colorado will not be based on this design. After all, Americans should not have trouble recognizing this as a Chevy. The front end carries the brand's familiar split grille, and the hoodline is reminiscent of the Equinox and oddly similar to the new Malibu.