Are you ready for it?
Looks like Chevy was just taking a breather during the '13 model year, as they have been putting some final touches on the next generation Colorado (a new name may also be coming), which is already being sold in South America, Asia, and Australia. The American market units will be produced at GM's Wentzville, Missouri, plant—the same location the Chevy Express and GMC Savana are built. The plant will be seeing a $380 million dollar expansion, which includes retooling and equipment upgrades. Based on these spy photos, it looks like the Colorado has been given a few styling cues from the '14 Silverado. But what we are really curious about is what will be planted underneath the hood! Could a 4.3L V-6 be a possibility? Guess we'll all be waiting to find out.
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