2015 Colorado may be revealed at Detroit Auto Show
It looks like Chevrolet’s Colorado midsize pickup might just be making a comeback. Chevrolet will be marketing the truck as a sort of blank-slate for the midsize pickup segment, and reportedly even considered renaming the Colorado. The new Colorado will be a rear wheel drive vehicle, with a 4.3 L V6 engine. The truck will also reportedly have a six-speed automatic transmission, and will hold up to six passengers. While we aren’t yet sure when the 2015 Colorado will be available to buy , we have heard reports that the truck will debut at either auto show in Los Angeles, Detroit, or Chicago.
General Motors reportedly made the decision to revamp and reintroduce the Colorado after researching and realizing that there is currently a lack of options for consumers in the midsize pickup truck segment. The newest Chevrolet truck has been compared to looking like a smaller “shrunken” version of the full-size Chevrolet Silverado. The Colorado’s headlights have round projectors, while the actual housing for the headlights has not yet been released. The truck will reportedly begin production in early 2014 at the Wentzville, Missouri General Motors plant. The plant currently builds the Chevrolet Express and GMC Savanna vans.
Without a complete list of information on the mid-size pickup truck out, all we can do is report on what has been released, and bring more up to date information as it becomes available. Hopefully we will get a better glimpse of the truck at the Detroit Auto Show in 2014.