What is believed to be the facelifted 2017 Chevrolet S10, also known as the Colorado (but not to be confused with the North American model), has been caught without any camouflage.
Sold since 2012 as the Chevrolet S10 in some markets, including Brazil, Argentina and Mexico, and the Chevrolet Colorado in others like Thailand, as well as the Holden Colorado in Australia and New Zealand, GM’s international mid-size pickup truck is getting a mid-cycle update four years after its introduction.
The front three-quarter picture reveals a new front end design that ditches the current model’s softer and rounder snout for a more chiseled and square look with reshaped lights and bumper, and a new split grille, which bring it closer in appearance to the North American Colorado.
There don’t seem to be any changes made to the truck’s profile, but GM could give the S10/Colorado a tweaked set of rear lights and an updated interior.
Being that the S10 / Colorado pickup truck forms the base for the Chevrolet / Holden Colorado 7 and Chevrolet Trailblazer SUVs in the same markets plus a few more like India, the same revisions should be applied to this model too.