Back in September, Chevy exhibited the Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 Bison 2019, a skid-plated-up version of the chubby, front and rear Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 equipped with lockers. The ZR2 alone costs more than $ 42,000, so it's not surprising that Bison pushed 50.
One of the main features that distinguishes Bison from the ZR2 standard apart from the obvious CHEVROLET grille is the slip plate package, which protects the oil pan, fuel tank, transfer container, and the difference with the "hot steel" plate designed by the American Expedition Vehicle. You might recognize the company as a company that turns Wranglers into pickups.
Other changes for Bison are the front steel and rear bumpers, the latter of which have integrated recovery hooks. And there are also AEV wheels, a large fighter that lights up, and optional snorkeling, which actually looks really cool – like an arm with a flex bicep.
Chevy and AEV today announced that all of this will incur an additional $ 5,750 above the ZR2 standard. This brings the total price to $ 48,045 for extended taxis and $ 49,645 for taxi crews.
That makes it one of the most expensive medium trucks you can buy today, even though it is still below the base price of the larger Ford Raptor which is more than $ 54,000. It would be interesting to see what the Jeep pulled from his pocket when showing his own mid-pickup pickup later this month in LA.