Chevrolet has been making preparations to unveil a handful of new upgrades for its popular Colorado pickup, and they haven’t shied away from giving it an all-new identity as an off-road-ready platform. To reinforce this even further, the company has announced that the 2021 ZR2 model will feature a few new peripherals to set it apart from the competition, as well as give it a more aggressive demeanor.
The Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 was built for the ground up to solidify the company’s off-road segment, and for 2021, the vehicle has received a revised front fascia to improve driver visibility while traversing the sand-covered wastes. Of its siblings, it will be the only variant to adopt Chevy’s lettered, flow-through front end, giving it an increasingly menacing demeanor, and helping to highlight the truck’s sleek body lines. While the ZR2’s reimagined front-end is its most noticeable upgrade, it’s also been outfitted with a set of Multimatic DSSV position-sensitive dampers, cast-iron control arms, front, and rear electronic locking differentials, and a two-inch lift to give it additional clearance on the trail. The 2021 ZR2 won’t be available until sometime next year; until then, you can learn more about the truck on Chevy’s website.
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