While we often see higher trim models come with more features and tech, the exterior design will in general still look the same but Chevrolet wanted to do something a little different with their Colorado by asking their designers to give each trim a specific look.
So far, we have already seen the ZR2 model which will be fitted with a taller and wider grille that is split in half. The WT and LT trim on the other hand will be fitted with a new gold-colored Bowtie emblem. The Z71 will be coming in with a black badge similar to what the ZR2 will be getting.
For the ZR2, it will also be packed with off-road features including the Multimatic shocks, two-inch suspension lift, two-speed transfer case, cast-iron control arms, wider track and more.
Other details like engines, performance, price, and EPA are still a mystery for now but the 2021 Chevrolet Colorado is expected to arrive early next year and it will be coming in to take on models like the Nissan Frontier, Jeep Gladiator, Ford Ranger and Toyota Tacoma.