Holden continues to remind its consumer base the brand will hold its own identity not only in its home market, but abroad. Most recently, the 2017 Chevrolet S10, otherwise known as the global Chevrolet-Holden Colorado, has hatched, revealing deep Holden ties.
Holden was also responsible for the Chevrolet Colorado Xtreme and Chevrolet Trailblazer Premier, a prelude to upcoming Holden designs, as well as for the globe. The brand has confirmed alongside the premiere of the 2017 S10 that the 2017 Holden Colorado is right around the corner.
“The Chevrolet Colorado revealed by our Brazilian colleagues is the result of ongoing work between Holden and Chevrolet Brazil and a clear indication of where the Holden Colorado is heading,” Holden’s Executive Director – Sales, Peter Keley said.
“With significant local engineering, this vehicle will be the most refined Colorado ever while maintaining all of the capability of the current model. When combined with a new design that balances elegance and strength, it will perfectly bridge the gap between weekday workhorse and weekend explorer.”
“It will also follow the lead set by Spark, Captiva and Insignia VXR, boasting advanced technology features, including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto in a new Holden MyLink infotainment system,” he added.
The 2017 Holden Colorado will be joined by a new Holden Colorado 7, but the “Trailblazer” nameplate will be introduced, while the “Colorado 7” nameplate retires. Previous reports have stated both the pickup and SUV will surface before this September.