AEV Outfits Chevy’s Colorado ZR2 Bison With Utilitarian Peripherals

Chevrolet’s Colorado ZR2 Bison is the brainchild of Montana’s American Expeditionary Vehicles (AEV), a utilitarian company that’s been outfitting the world’s most purposeful off-roaders for well over a decade. While the original Bison already emits an adversarial aura, both AEV and the GM-owned company have decided to take it to another level — expanding its cargo-carrying capabilities, adaptability, and aesthetic poise in the process.

American Expeditionary’s 2019 Chevy Colorado ZR2 Bison “Tray Bed Concept” thrives with the inclusion of the company’s heavy-duty expansion, bringing a large, multipurpose rear end to the vehicle. The tray can store all of your tools, toys, and gear without breaking a sweat, offering a safe and secure way to transport your vital peripherals over any terrain. To show just how rugged the bed can be, AEV has implemented it atop the company’s sturdy off-roader, which features a slew of parts from GM’s performance line. Everything from 35-inch all-terrain tires, monstrous fender flares, and a snorkel for aquatic traversal, all the way to heavy-duty control arms, a reinforced drive shaft, and a large-weight-capacity winch illustrate a small portion of the truck’s insane attributes. Although the company hasn’t released any information on price or availability, we’re sure that will change as more people set their eyes on this savage Colorado.

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