Chevrolet has revealed its all-new 2013 Colorado, and when the company calls it a global product, it’s not just referring to where the truck will be sold. Its development covered five continents, but the bulk of the work was done in Thailand-where the truck was introduced-by Brazilian engineers, and GM’s South American Design Center kept the shape. GM first displayed a concept of the truck in Thailand (If you are wondering, “why Thailand?” it’s because compact trucks are very popular there), following that a few months later with another concept in Argentina, but the big question is whether or not “global” includes the U.S., GM isn’t saying, but the Colorado seems well-equipped to do battle here in the States.
Here at Lynn Smith Chevrolet of Burleson, we’re hoping Chevy releases this model in the U.S. as it would seem to be able to take advantage of the end of the Ford Ranger. Let us know what you think of the 2013 Chevy Colorado.