Chevrolet brought their series of Red Line concept cars to SEMA, but released images and details on the vehicles beforehand to build up excitement and anticipation for the lineup. The diverse concepts include the Trax, Malibu, Camaro, Colorado, and Silverado 1500, in addition to the upcoming Chevrolet Spark RS concept. The Chevrolet Red Line concepts debuted November 3rd at SEMA.
The Red Line series was designed to show off the customization and personalization capabilities of Chevrolet’s 2016 lineup, and the Red Line upgrades will be available for vehicles in that lineup. The Red Line series upgrades include a new Enhanced Silver Metallic color palette option, Charcoal roof panel, and accents in red and Satin Graphite. Most of the changes will be purely cosmetic, so while the price has not yet been announced, they are expected to be rather affordable.
The 2015 SEMA Motor Show takes place in Las Vegas from November 3rd through 6th, drawing a crowd of over 60,000. Chevy is using SEMA to gauge interest in the Chevrolet Red Line concepts, but are confident that Chevrolet Accessories will become a quality alternative to aftermarket parts when it comes to personalizing their vehicles. Share with us your thoughts about Chevy’s line up for the SEMA show!
For those of you who have an adventurous side, we have a treat. Chevrolet recently unveiled the brand-new Chevrolet Colorado GearOn package, an assortment of brand-new accessories that give customers all the tools needed for their next adventure.
“Chevrolet Colorado answers the call for customers who have passions of all types and the GearOn accessory system enables them to bring more adventure wherever they go,” said Tony Johnson, Colorado marketing manager. “And with Colorado offering segment-leading efficiency and capabilities, it’s a combination that maximizes adventure without compromise.”
The Chevrolet Colorado GearOn Package is ready for every excursion with a variety of mounting accessories that will hold down any of your gear, ranging from kayaks to bikes, and beyond. Each of the mounting accessories can also be moved, allowing you to configure them however you want. You won’t even have to worry about storage with plenty of space throughout the truck.
If you’re interested in the GearOn accessory package, it can be sold separately. The Chevrolet Colorado GearOn Edition is also available. For more information about this awesome pickup truck, contact Bradshaw Chevrolet today.
When the rush to proclaim the Blue Oval’s pickup truck began, we here at Bradshaw Chevrolet felt compelled to tell everyone to hold their horses. While game recognizes game, we felt that there was a particular truck that was being unfairly overlooked on the way to proclaiming a certain other truck the king of the heap.
Fortunately, the fine folks at Motor Trend backed us up, making it much easier for the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado actually being the best of what’s around in the pickup segment today.
“The Colorado to me is the perfect-size truck again,” said MT editor Kim Reynolds. “Its simplicity and purity are what a truck ought to be about.”
Indeed, the 2015 Colorado does exactly what it sought to do when it first debuted a year ago: reinvent the pickup segment. In reviving the mid-size pickup and bringing a truck to the masses that isn’t too big and isn’t too small but is juuuuust right, Colorado is an offering with endless appeal to match its endless style and utility.
Lauded for having “the best steering [editor Jonny Lieberman] ever experienced on any truck,” a wealth of standard features even at a low starting MSRP, and a number of upgrades that wind up making the small truck feel like a thing of big luxury, the Colorado is unquestioned atop the throne as 2015 Motor Trend Truck of the Year.
At Bradshaw Chevy Buick GMC Cadillac, we’ve been hot to get customers behind the wheel of the 2015 Chevy Colorado since it first appeared all the way back in November at the LA Auto Show.
Imagine our excitement when we got the chance to tinker around with the various options of the Colorado when Chevrolet launched its “Build Your 2015 Colorado” page earlier this month, giving us the chance to option the handsome midsize pickup just the way we like it.
Does it get any better than playing with the configurator?
Actually, wait. Don’t answer that. It does get better: the 2015 Colorado is shipping now.
That’s right, folks. You can build your own Colorado online, roll your bones over to our showroom, and talk to our friendly salespeople about getting the real deal. Before you know it, you’ll be able to schedule a test drive at the wheel of what can be considered an early favorite to pick up the mantle of 2015 North American Truck of the Year.
“The Colorado was designed to meet the demands of the modern midsized truck buyer, and now we’re fulfilling the demand they’ve placed on us,” said Brian Sweeney, U.S. vice president of Chevrolet. “Chevrolet and everyone at the Wentzville [Missouri] plant has worked hard to get the truck out on time to fulfill as soon as possible the orders our dealers have placed.”
Want to show your appreciation for all of Chevrolet’s hard work? Schedule your test drive now. We have a feeling that the Colorado will sell fast.