The very same Dynamic Suspension Spool Valve technology that helped make the 5th Gen Camaro Z/28 the monster it still is.

TruckTrend just published the first public photos of the 2017 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2's underside, and the substantial rework given to it by GM engineers.

Multimatic's DSSV shocks will offer four-way adjustment and should give the ZR2 substantially better rebound rates during high and low-speed situations. Which theoretically paints a picture of when Ford Raptor met Ram Power Wagon--wink, wink, nudge, nudge.

You'll also note the Colorado's new, decidedly wider track, which should aid a degree of stability, as well as potentially increasing suspension travel.

Chevrolet first debuted the Colorado ZR2 Concept at the 2014 LA Auto Show, it's believed the production version could debut at this year's LA Auto Show in November, previewing the Colorado's 2018 facelift.

Furthermore, it's been rumored the truck could offer both the 2.8-liter Duramax diesel, along with GM's ubiquitous 3.6-liter V6.