Chevrolet has announced a new performance version of the Colorado ZR2 truck has joined the line. This truck was designed with cooperation from American Expedition Vehicles or AEV. AEV is a big manufacturer in the off-road aftermarket. One big aspect of the truck is undercarriage protection with five skid plates protecting under truck vitals during off-road sessions.
Each skid plate is hot-stamped Boron steel. The truck has steel AEV-designed bumpers front and rear. The front bumper can hold a winch and fog lights and the rear bumper has recovery points. The truck also has an exclusive grille with flow-through Chevy lettering.
Other than those features, the ZR2 Bison has the same equipment as the normal ZR2. That means front and rear locking diffs, cast-iron control arms, Autotrac transfer case, and off-road rocker protection along with Multimatic DSSV dampers. Buyers can opt for diesel power and crew or extended cab versions. Pricing is unannounced.