Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 gets new front styling for 2021
The "flow-through" front fascia is said to provide improved visibility.
General Motors has revealed a new look for the Chevrolet Colorado, refreshing the truck for the 2021 model year.
The mid-cycle update will bring greater differentiation from trim to trim. The biggest changes have been introduced for the ZR2 package, adding a larger grille with a flow-through center segment. The brand's bowtie has also been moved to an asymmetrical position beside the driver-side headlight, while the tow hooks are finished in contrasting red paint.
The lesser WT, LT and Z71 trims will all receive updated center bars, lower fascias and front skid plates, though the company has only released photos of the refreshed ZR2 so far.
Pricing will be announced closer to production next year.