Built in collaboration with American Expedition Vehicles, the Chevy Colorado ZR2 AEV SEMA concept has all the goodies for a long-term off-road adventure. 

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The same Multimatic DSSV shocks that are found on the stock ZR2 provide support. 

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The AEV ZR2 has easy access to an air compressor and fresh water. And there's a USB port. If you need to charge your phone on your wilderness adventure. 

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A bed rack provides a mounting point for everything you'll ever need. 

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ARB refrigerator? Check.

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The high-lift jack is mounted out of the way but still within reach.

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40 liters of extra diesel fuel to increase your range means you can meander far and wide. 

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No overlanding rig is complete without Maxtrax recovery boards. 

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There is power inside the bed to run it all. Frankly, this should be available on every pickup truck, not just those meant for overlanding.

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While still a concept at the moment, the AEV-built ZR2 is great starting point for all your overland journeys. Keep scrolling for more photos. 

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