This is the ’23 Chevy Colorado undergoing high-altitude testing in Colorado, giving us our first look at GM’s upcoming midsize truck redesign.
This one has a solid amount of heavy vinyl camo on the front and rear ends, as well as on the sides. Only the cab’s roof features the tighter-fitting checkered camo.
We can tell that the four-door, short-bed configuration is on full display, with overall dimensions appearing to be similar to those of the current model, introduced for the ’15 model year. There’s also what appears to be a set of prominent rear fenders along with a set of steelie wheels.
The next-gen Colorado is expected to launch some time in 2022 or 2023, and will use an evolution of the GMT31XX architecture used by the current trucks called 31XX-2.
Photo credit: Brian Williams, SpiedBilde