Two months after GM Authority reported that the 2025 Chevy S10 had been caught wearing less camouflage in Brazil, the interior design of Chevrolet‘s revamped midsize pickup has just been spotted for the first time in the South American country.
Brazilian media have once again captured a partially camouflaged prototype of the new 2025 Chevy S10 in the final stage of its development as its official presentation approches. Although the prototype’s body was still wrapped with a film that only reveals its external proportions, its interior design was exposed and spy photographers were able to capture it for the first time.
In particular, the first spy photos of the 2025 Chevy S10’s interior in Brazil were shared by Instagram user @razukbackstage and confirm that the midsize pickup’s cabin will receive a thorough revision, with many changes inspired by the American all-new Chevy Colorado. As such, the 2025 S10 has a noticeably more modern cabin than the current model.
The 2025 Chevy S10’s dashboard presents an all-new design and adopts elements from several GM pickups. In general, the interior of the 2025 S10 is quite similar to that of the new Colorado and shares solutions such as the piano-type control module and the central air vents, as well as the center console and gear lever. However, the steering wheel is the same as in the Chevy Silverado and the outboard air vents are the same as in the all-new GMC Canyon.
For its part, one of the most notable novelties inside the new 2025 Chevy S10 is the infotainment touchscreen and the digital driver instrument cluster. In this case, both have their own design, but faithfully follow the style of the brand’s most recent trucks in the United States, which includes a generous central screen as well as physical cliamte control buttons and rotary dials.
The new 2025 Chevy S10 is expected to debut soon in Brazil and will go on sale in the Brazilian market in early 2024, as one of the brand’s most important launches next year in the country. In addition to the new interior, the 2025 S10 will debut redesigned front and rear fascias while basically keeping the same doors as the current model. It will also maintain the 2.8L I4 XLD28 turbodiesel engine, but with some improvements, paired to the new GM 8-speed automatic transmission.