The Holden Colorado LSX does not house an LS engine, but it does haul in additional design elements, and for its follow-up act, a host of blacked out elements.
The brand revealed the 2018 Holden Colorado LSX on Friday, which builds on the special edition’s success after its initial debut in 2015. Alongside the Colorado’s standard nearly 4-ton towing capacity and shift-on-the-fly 4WD system are various black accessories to spruce up the truck’s exterior. 18-inch black alloy wheels, black fender flares and a black grille contrast the Colorado LSX’s white exterior hue.
At the rear, the Colorado LSX boasts a soft tonneau cover and a “Colorado” decal on the tailgate.
“Colorado LSX combines some of our most striking and impactful accessories – inspired by the 2016 Colorado Xtreme concept car – while maintaining exceptional customer value,” Holden marketing chief, Mark Harland, said.
In total, Holden will offer just 1,000 of the pickups—800 crew cab pickups and 200 crew cab chassis. The truck goes on sale on March 12 for $44,990 AUD, or about $35,000 USD.