It is the same car, it is the same company, it is the same show. This time the SEMA-bound Colorado Concept is called Natique and it is a joint product of Chevrolet and Super Air Nautique 210 that is one of the industry's best wakeboard boats. In contrast to the previously presented Colorado, the exterior of this is decided in two-color paint scheme – a custom orange metallic flake and black paint. Complementing the darker side of the truck are the 18-inch Chevrolet accessory wheels.

As you can see, the model was entirely redesigned via styling and performance features. First, it is powered by the 3.6L V-6 rated at 305 horsepower (224 kW) and 365 Nm (269 lb.-ft.) Along with this range of power, this modified pickup offers a comfortable interior. It features innovative technology such as Chevy MyLink with a built-in 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot, Lane Departure Warning and Forward Collision Alert.

Chevrolet has included in this concept traditional truck features such as four-wheel drive and a highly flexible bed with Chevy's GearOn™ cargo management system. Some of the exclusive additional features in this concept include four-wheel disc brakes with Duralife™ brake rotors, G80 automatic locking rear differential, Standard CornerStep rear bumper and EZ Lift-and-Lower tailgate.

Furthermore, the standard two-tier loading allows a platform to effectively split the bed into upper and lower sections, thus making it easier to haul, store and conceal items There are thirteen standard tie-down locations throughout the bed for utilization. The aforementioned Forward Collision Alert and Lane Departure Warning come as part of the safety package includes. Both systems use camera-based technology to warn driver of potential accidents.

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Source: Chevrolet