After GM Authority exclusively captured the 2025 Chevy S10 during its validation testing in mid-June, Chevrolet‘s refreshed midsize pickup was just spotted wearing less camouflage in Brazil.
Brazilian media has published new images of the facelifted 2025 Chevy S10 that were recently captured by Instagram user @v22garage, who had a direct encounter with the truck and obtained the best images so far of a lightly camouflaged prototype. This time around, the 2025 S10 was seen with the final body design and the final headlamp configuration, wrapped with a thin film that allows its proportions to be better appreciated.
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As we exclusively reported several months ago, spy photos confirmed that the upcoming 2025 Chevy S10 will receive a major update, but will not be completely redesigned. In fact, the comprehensive changes to the next version of the South American-market pickup represent the largest overall evolution in the model’s history – which will now share more similarities with the all-new North American Chevy Colorado.
On the outside, the most significant change to the upcoming 2025 Chevy S10 will be a redesigned front end with the latest Chevy pickup design language that includes a higher hood, slim rectangular headlights and a muscular grille with the prominent horizontal bar characteristic of the brand’s trucks. It will also include new fender trim and an updated rear fascia, while the prototype includes the High Country trim’s aerodynamic sport bar.
In addition, this new capture of the upcoming 2025 Chevy S10 also includes a photo of the cabin, although it’s covered to prevent us from seeing what changes it will receive. However, the 2025 S10 is expected to boast a new interior design with a dashboard and technologies similar to those introduced in the new Colorado, such as the infotainment system’s touchscreen that aligns with the digital instrument cluster.
The upcoming 2025 Chevy S10 will be officially presented in the coming months in Brazil, where it will go on sale during the first half of next year when production will begin at the GM Sao Jose Dos Campos plant. The pickup will adopt an updated variant of the 2.8L I4 XLD28 turbodiesel Duramax engine, with improved power and the next-generation eight-speed automatic transmission introduced by the 2023 Chevy Colorado.