Chevrolet Colorado Redesign is Looking Good

The Chevrolet Colorado redesign was unveiled in October at the 2019 Method Race Wheels Laughlin Desert Classic. Following the race, the Colorado ZR2 also showed its new face at the SEMA show in Las Vegas in November.

One key element of the redesign is a bigger distinction between each trim. For the 2021 Chevrolet Colorado, different trims set themselves apart with unique front- and rear-end details. Each trim gets an updated Chevy “bowtie” emblem on the front and “Chevrolet” embossed on the rear tailgate.

For the WT and LT trims, the front-end shows off an all-new gold Chevy bowtie logo, while the Z71 features a black bowtie logo. All three of these trims also get refreshed center bars and lower front skid plates and front fascias.

The off-road ready Chevy Colorado ZR2 model boasts unique details that highlight its rugged capability. This trim gets a new flow-through front fascia with “Chevrolet” in bold letters. It’s designed with a more aggressive appearance, plus better visibility. This, along with things like Multimatic DSSV™ position-sensitive dampers and a 2-inch suspension lift, enhance the driver’s off-road experience.

The Chevrolet Colorado redesign sure is looking good, don’t you think? It will be a while before the 2021 model makes its way to Terryville Chevrolet, so stay tuned for more updates on the truck’s availability!