Video: Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 AEV Concept

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Any time a big automaker such as GM asks for help with an auto show concept vehicle from a smaller company such as American Expedition Vehicles, things can get a little weird if they're not careful. Even worse, the vehicle itself can suffer the results. Thankfully, the Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 AEV concept that debuted at the 2017 Specialty Equipment Market Association Show didn't look like it experienced any of those problems. It sat in the center of the Chevy display, mobbed by showgoers for the much of the four-day trade show in the Las Vegas Convention Center.

We had the chance to get up close to the concept after talking with Chevy and AEV representatives. No word yet on whether this concept will become a special edition or whether AEV will get involved with the Chevy 2500/3500 lineup, but we hope all that happens. Check out our video below. photos by Christian Lantry





I see a lot of Taco's with this Caliche color. A bit generic looking but around here, the mud will blend well to not look too dirty after a run off-road.

@Steveadore what is the point of going offroad if you can't even see the mud on your truck when your done? Thats half of the satisfaction.

This thing is a beast. Good call choosing AEV to collaborate with. They do a great job with Ram and Jeep vehicles. AEV pricing is too steep for my taste but they at least showed us what you can do with a basic ZR2.

Guess they expect it to FORD some deep water..too bad the door seals will leak and fill it up with water

Of all of the capable trucks at SEMA, this liberal website only shows one, proving their bias.

That is why the internet leaves leftist media like this behind, because those hat follow the real news, know more capable Tacoma's were at SEMA than the Colorado.

Tacoma = bigger aftermarket than the Colorado!

Nice concept, just make it.

As it sits, that thing must be about 3lb under GVWR.

I'll take it. Finally a worthy successor to my original ZR2.

Thanks your review video Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 AEV Concept

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