GM Mexico officially launched the new 2024 Chevy Cheyenne ZR2 Bison in the local market, expanding Chevrolet’s extensive pickup portfolio in the Latin country with the most radical version of the successful full-size truck. As such, the 2024 Cheyenne ZR2 Bison designed in collaboration with American Expedition Vehicles (AEV) becomes the new range-topping variant of the Cheyenne nameplate – exclusive to the Mexican market.
“Chevrolet Cheyenne is one of the most iconic pickups in its segment. This version has been uniquely tuned to offer new off-road capabilities to adventure-seeking customers,” said Chevrolet Marketing Manager at GM Mexico, Ángel Pacheco. “ZR2 Bison will seek to overcome obstacles in the most demanding terrain through the help of AEV, a brand well known for designing exclusive all-terrain products, we are sure that off-road enthusiasts will love it,” he added.
Based on the existing ZR2 trim level, the new 2024 Chevy Cheyenne ZR2 Bison further elevates the pickup’s off-road capabilities by integrating exclusive features such as the Terrain driving mode with one-pedal rock crawling, a high-performance suspension with Multimatic DSSV shock absorbers as well as electronic front and rear differential lockers.
In addition, the 2024 Chevy Cheyenne ZR2 Bison adds a set of elements and accessories designed by AEV, such as exclusive matte black bumpers that improve approach and departure angles, side steps, a new wheel design as well as AEV badging on the exterior, on the seat headrests and on the floor mats. The Cheyenne ZR2 Bison is equipped with the 6.2L V8 L87 engine with 425 horsepower and 460 pound-feet of torque, mated to GM’s 10-speed automatic transmission.
The new 2024 Chevy Cheyenne ZR2 Bison will be available for sale in Mexico starting in the middle of this month throughout the official Chevrolet dealer network. Like the rest of the versions of the pickup, 2024 Cheyenne ZR2 Bison units for the Mexican market are manufactured locally at the GM Silao plant, which also exports to other markets. Its starting price is 1,793,900 pesos, about $102,750 USD at the current exchange rate.