Photos by KGP Photography
Our spy shooters caught another prototype for Chevrolet's U.S.-spec Colorado midsize pickup truck being tested in Michigan. It's been pretty quiet lately from the spy photographers, which leads us to believe Chevy has been doing quite a bit of testing indoors lately — possibly not wanting to call attention away from the new 2014 Chevy Silverado and 2014 GMC Sierra as they both hit the auto-show circuit. Here's what KGP sent us:
Our latest look gives us our best feel yet for the healthy dimensions that make up this sub-Silverado pickup, with a sizable crew cab and what looks like a 6-foot bed. This latest prototype looks more-appropriately sized and spec'd to satisfy the American market, with less of the feel that was originally developed with South America and Thailand in mind.
The new Colorado pickup and its GMC Canyon counterpart will be built in Wentzville, Mo., thanks to a $380 million investment into the plant that's currently tasked with building GM's full-size van lineup.