Automaker Chevrolet is all in readiness to introduce its all-new 2015 Chevrolet Chevy Colorado. They will be launching the midsize pickup truck next week in the Auto Show at the Los Angeles.
The previous week, the U.S based automaker surfaced few photos of the new truck under a slip next to its larger counterparts, the recently-redesigned Silverado HD and Silverado 1500.
In a statement, released by Chevrolet it has gone on to state saying that the new “Colorado is engineered to be the most versatile, most capable and technologically advanced midsized truck in the marketplace.”
Up till now Chevrolet has been mum regarding the specific capabilities and powertrains that are being offered by its new Colorado.
However, publications such as Automobile Magazine expect the new truck to be offered with a direct-injection six-cylinder engine and possibly even a diesel engine, which would be the only diesel offering in the segment.
In the U.S. through the 2012 model year, the Colorado and its field pal, the GMC Canyon, were last sold when they were put out to field. Since then, the backbone for proper midsize trucks has broken down to only the Nissan Frontier and Toyota Tacoma.
Based on the photo released and other speculation surrounding the release of the midsize pickup truck, Pickuptrucks.com predicts that the Colorado as something downscaled latest Silverado, along with some attention addressed to aerodynamics, weight savings and targeted capability in comparison to any pickup that has occurred before it.
The publication says there may be much interest among families and younger drivers for a truck that gets better fuel economy, costs less and is easier to park than a full-size pickup truck.