The next-generation Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon are getting closer to production, which means the prototype you see here is much closer to the finalized design than we’ve seen before. That means that this truck’s front end — which gives off a “mini-Silverado” vibe, will feature on the new truck.
The biggest similarity is the grille insert: the Chevrolet bowtie is mounted on a thick single horizontal bar, and the space above or below it has thin plastic latticework. It’s something we’ve already seen on trucks like the Silverado Z71. Keep in mind, however, that the headlights on this model are horizontal, not vertical — there’s only one level as opposed to the Silverado’s stacked layout. This is a big departure from the last model we saw (a crew cab), which used a more rounded front end that looked more like the international-market Chevrolet Colorado. This time around, the design looks closer to production, and a lot closer to the Silverado.
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