The US-spec Chevrolet Colorado looks a fair bit different (and, dare we say, older) than the Colorado seen here.

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Were the Colorado due for a midcycle refresh in the next two or three years, which it likely is, this is what we could end up with.

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The whole front fascia is a fair bit more contemporary than the US-spec midsize pickup.

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The taillights are fairly different, as well.

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But let's ignore all the speculation for a bit and revel in how awesome the Colorado Xtreme Concept looks.

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If you thought the standard Z71 Colorado was ready to rumble off-road, this truck looks ready to survive a damn apocalypse.

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A big snorkel and an LED light bar provide off-road usefulness, while a front bumper with a large approach angle makes rock-crawling much easier.

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It looks good on the move, too, but we imagine its off-road tires are probably not very comfortable on flat asphalt.

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It wouldn't be a pickup truck without a big ol' brand name emblazoned on the back.

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Hell, we'd settle for a current US Colorado wearing most of this equipment.

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The interior looks close to that of the current Colorado, but it's packing some neat gauges atop the infotainment display, like an inclinometer.

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The US Colorado is by no means old, but this concept has us already pining for a midcycle refresh.

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