Chevrolet stormed into the Salon of Buenos Aires, Argentina with a new concept for showgoers to take in: The S10 Trailboss. The S10 is the international variant of Chevrolet Colorado, and shares nearly everything with the global model save for the name.
The Trailboss name first appeared a few years ago in the United States as a lightly modified Colorado pickup with additional off-road cues. Like the U.S. truck, Chevrolet has dug into the accessories bin to bring the S10 Trailboss to life.
Foremost, it looks pretty great. We actually think it looks as if Bumblebee traded its Camaro duds for a Colorado. That’s not a bad thing. Contrasting the paint hue—called Summer Jam—are black accents and plenty of Chevrolet Performance accessories. An LED light bar sits front and center, door steps allow for easier access, and larger all-terrain tires are present.
Inside, the cockpit is trimmed in black leather with orange stitching with obligatory “Trailboss” emblems throughout the cabin.
The Chevrolet S10 has been a success in South American markets, which lends this concept as a potential production truck sooner rather than later. Of course, in North America, we finally have our Colorado ZR2, so we’re not entirely jealous. But we do like that color.