GM to increase Chevy Colorado ZR2 Bison production for 2020
The off-roader quickly sold out of its initial 2,000-unit allocation.
General Motors and American Expedition Vehicles are planning to increase production of the Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 Bison for the 2020 model year.
The off-road package was apparently a hot item for its inaugural year, quickly selling out of its 2,000-unit production run within months.
Speaking to Muscle Cars and Trucks, AEV marketing manager Matt Feldermann confirmed there will be even more built for 2020. He did not disclose a specific number, though "maybe 2,500" was mentioned as a possibility.
Available as a $5,750 upgrade for the basic Colorado ZR2, the Bison edition adds a set of five skid plates, front and rear locking differentials, a lifted suspension with Multimatic DSSV dampers, and 31-inch knobby tires. AEV is expected to offer its own variant with even larger 35-inch tires, fulfilling the company's original vision for the pickup.
Prices start at $48,045 for the extended-cab V6 edition, or $49,645 for the crew-cab configuration.