Chevrolet Colorado Heading To Thailand –

2012 Chevrolet Colorado

Set to go into production at the General Motors assembly plant located in Rayon, the Chevrolet Colorado pickup truck is in its final testing stage in Thailand. It is one of the few cool trucks out there, along with the VW Amarok, which although looks like it has been designed for the North American market; it won’t go there as it was developed for the emerging markets in South America, the Middle East and Asia Pacific.

At first, it will be available in Thailand where customers will be able to choose from crew-cab and extended-cab models which will be motivated by GM’s new line of more fuel-efficient, 4-cylinder Duramax engines, including a 2.5-liter and a beefier 2.8-liter.

As far as the looks of the car are concerned, it will adopt a streamlined “cab collar” design, grey accents on the side, body-color hard tonneau cover on the bed, front & rear lower moldings, exterior mirrors with integrated LED turn-signal indicators, along with 20-inch alloys that have a “liquid metal” look plus “Stone Gray” color wheel ports, wrapped around in Cooper 285/50R20 ZEON LTZ rubbers.

Source: General Motors via Motorward

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