Chevrolet Launches Colorado ZR2 In The Market; New Pickup Truck Heads To Chad Hall Racing

General Motors continue to create headlines as one of its popular auto brands launched a new model of its pick-up line. Chevrolet has finally launched Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 and it is out in the markets now. Along with its debut, it has been revealed that the new pick-up model will make it to the Chad Hall Racing.

Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 Finally Hits The Markets

Chevrolet has finally rolled out the highly awaited Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 in the stores. The first set of the new products headed out to General Motors Wentzville Assembly Center in Missouri. It was being prepped to be shipped to various customers.

The Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 was a concept revealed at the 2014 LA Auto Show but it was only last year when its production was finally confirmed. The new Chevy truck reportedly has the same amenities as the Chevrolet Z71. However, Colorado ZR2 has been heavily designed for off-road performances. Several various new parts were designed specifically for it, which includes wider track, wider fender flares, rock sliders, and mutlimatic dynamic suspension spool-valve dampers.

Colorado ZR2 Makes Its Way To Chad Hall Racing

With Chevrolet finally putting Colorado ZR2 up for sale, it has also been revealed that the new truck will be making its debut in the off-road motor racing. It has been announced that one of the first products of this model will be heading off to Chad Hall Racing. Chad Hall said that the new Colorado ZR2 is perfect for the competition and he will be driving it in the upcoming Best in the Desert Race, which will be in August 2017.

Chevrolet has boasted that the 2017 Chevy Colorado was heavily built for off-road performance and the Chad Hall Racing couldn’t have been a better venue to show off what it is capable of. The truck has 308 horsepower coupled with an eight-speed transmission. Its specs guarantee that it can be both fast and sturdy even on the most troublesome road.

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