Anton Andres / Chevrolet | November 15, 2018 at. 08:20
Chevy Performance released the factory in Mods Colorado pick-up
Chevrolet Colorado itself? Have you dreamed about being portable like the Ranger Raptor? Now you can, if you live in the USA, that is.
Chevy Performance has released 15 new improvements to the Colorado pickup that they think is off-road, from point to point racing. With these details, you can rotate Colorado from a working horse to a sand dune, for a fair amount of cent. But before you can put these mods, you must first have Colorado ZR2, which unfortunately is not available here.
As such, the standard Colorado ZR2 is already two inches taller than the mill models. With a quarter-quarter suspension of the Chevy Performance, it means there are more stopping trips and more driving power. High-speed dirt trials can also be fitted with long-lasting shocks. Even the rear springs can be upgraded to larger units of power to ensure smooth off-road driving.
There are several models that can be installed in the Colorado ZR2. There's a high-angled overall upper hand cylinder system that changes, helping the front suspension to be more flexible, and a drive shaft made of thicker steel to withstand more abuses. If all the details were to be kept in the pickup, Chevrolet says that the standard Colorado ZR2 is essentially a retro-reflecting cage that is a fully competitive truck, not an engine.
The Colorado ZR2 offers two engine options, and it also provides Chevy Performance versions. It starts with the well-known 2.8 liter Duramax turbocharged. Exceeding the US, it does less power than described here, which means 186 PS, not the full 200 PS. The torque is still maintained at 500 Nm. Those who want more energy also have a 3.6-liter V6 and is 308 PS, which is significantly more than diesel. However, the torque is lower with a gas feed motor of 373 Nm. Both changes are made with a six-speed automatic transmission.