The Chevrolet Colorado High Country Storm is not a new model because, in fact, this range-topper already made its way to the 2017 Bangkok Motor Show. However, this year's event welcomed an even more eye-catching Colorado wearing a fresh Orange Crush coat.
Though being a descendant of the top High Country version, the Storm is the Thai-spec variant coming well-equipped and gaining an impressively more aggressive outlook. To boost this outlook, the model includes a rear bumper equipped with parking sensors, a tailgate handle, door handles, 18-in alloy wheels and a sports bar all colored back. Black continues to spread onto the hood decal and wing mirrors.
Video: Chevrolet Colorado High Country Storm Variant Showcased At 2018 Bangkok Motor Show
There come plenty of convenience features consisting of a remote-start function, auto wipers, auto lights, a reverse camera and front park assist. What’s more, there are also Siri Eyes Free, Apple CarPlay, and Mylink. Speaking of safety kit, it comprises of a tire-pressure-monitoring system, Forward Collision Alert, Lane Departure Warning, Hill Start Assist, Hill Descending Control, ESC and three airbags.
Thai-spec variant comes well-equipped and gains an impressively more aggressive outlook
Alongside Orange Crush, car lovers may also fall in love with many other color options including the new Dark Shadow Metallic, Auburn Brown Metallic, Satin Steel Grey Metallic, Summit White, Black Meet Kette Metallic, Pull Me Over Red and Blue Me Away.
The Thunder accessories pack provided by Chevrolet Thailand comes available
The Thunder accessories pack provided by Chevrolet Thailand comes available for the Chevrolet Colorado High Country Storm enthusiasts but it is separate from the car package. These accessories are a hood scoop, fuel cover, end-gate decal, a black grille, side steps, an under-rail-bed liner, black rear/front bowties and fender flares.
The model comes with 18-in alloy wheels
Overall, the Chevrolet Colorado High Country Storm looks kind of rugged similar to the outlook from Ford Ranger Raptor and Toyota Hilux Revo Rocco.
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