While everyone is gearing up for the glitz and glamour of the New York International Auto Show, Chevrolet has taken the time to also deliver two new concepts at the 2016 Bangkok Motor Show.
The US automaker has presented the Colorado Xtreme and Trailblazer Premier concepts that should serve as the basis for an upcoming refresh of the models coming with an upgraded styling language. The Colorado Xtreme wears a custom Furnace matte paint scheme and also comes with a bespoke front safari bar with a built-in LED bar and a winch. Chevy says the model will be able to withstand any type of tear and wear on rough roads also thanks to the 18-inch wheels wearing all-terrain tires with custom bead locks. The concept also packs a set of massive fender flares and also packs a rear step with an integrated corner step and a tow bar. More changes have been operated, with the Colorado Xtreme also bringing a vented hood, raised suspension, and a unique snorkel. The top is adorned with a an integrated LED light bar that will make night adventures on bumpy and dark roads easier to handle. The cabin makes use of the latest MyLink infotainment system with an eight-inch touchscreen display and also adds leather/fabric seats and a roll bar.
The Trailblazer Premier has meanwhile been designed for “families that love to escape the beaten path but in the comfort of luxurious sophistication.” It’s way more “elegant” than the Colorado Xtreme and has been finished in a Velocity hue made specifically for the prototype. There’s also a set of chunky 22-inch wheels and the changes are rounded off by the custom rear spoiler together with a rear fascia protector. The interior has the same amenities, while its leather seats have handmade netting.