The second day of the Los Angeles Auto Show is winding down but that hasn't stopped Chevrolet from unveiling the Colorado ZR2 concept.

The second day of the Los Angeles Auto Show is winding down but that hasn't stopped Chevrolet from unveiling the Colorado ZR2 concept.

Designed to preview a possible off-road variant, the ZR2 concept features a rugged front fascia with a revised grille, aluminum tow hooks and an integrated winch. The model also has a power dome hood, custom fender flares and 18-inch bead lock-style aluminum wheels with off-road tires.

Since the truck was designed to tackle tough terrain, engineers installed new front control arms, mono-tube coil-over shock absorbers and electronic-locking front and rear differentials. The truck also boasts skid plates and a two-inch lift.

The cabin features black leather seats, orange contrast stitching and "ZR2" embroidered headrests. There's also a revised instrument cluster with an inclinometer and ZR2 graphics.

Power is provided by a 2.8-liter Duramax diesel engine that produces an estimated 181 bhp (135 kW) and 369 lb-ft (500 Nm) of torque. It is connected to a six-speed automatic transmission and a four-wheel drive system.

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