Tuning company Lignenfelter debuted its new Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 L this week, a supercharged take on General Motors‘ ultra capable mid-size off-roader, but it only provided one official photo of the truck initially.
Now Lingenfelter has released a video showing off the Colorado ZR2 L, giving us a better look at the exterior of the truck and also giving us a glimpse of its Edelbrock supercharged 3.6-liter LGZ V6 engine.
As the company said earlier this week, the supercharger will boost output by around 35 percent, which is equivalent to around 108 horsepower, so the truck should make around 416 horsepower when it goes on sale. Lingenfelter also says the package will boost fuel economy. It’s 50-state emissions compliant, as well, so even those in California emissions law states can order this package.
In the description on its YouTube page, Lingenfelter says it is current working on the Colorado ZR2 L package and says it will have “more details and tons of cool content,” coming our way shortly. It’s not clear how much the package costs or when it will be available.
Other upgrades will include a lift to make way for bigger wheels and tires (although the Multimatic DSSV dampers will remain) and a Lingenfelter exterior decal kit. The company says it plans on providing upgrades that will boost the vehicle’s towing and off-road capabilities as well.
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