Chevrolet worn on wheels and some heavy running boards. Judging by his overall size of this prototype is the all-new mid-size SUV based on GM’s newest pickup trucks chevrolet Colorado SUV. This truck was introduced as a concept and is expected to eventually come to the U.S. in 2 to 3 years.
Since fuel efficiency standards are growing more restrictive, GM is no doubt looking to offer an alternative to the current full-size SUVs. These prototypes clearly based truck with their solid rear axles, so they must provide substantial towing and transportation capabilities with the right-hand engines.
He can not meet your expectations for diesels just yet, though, as none of these prototypes sounded like they were packing engine oil burning. Expect to see production versions of these SUVs to come along with their colleagues pickup.