The Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 Bison has been named the first-ever Overland Truck of the Year by Overland Journal. If you want to enjoy the thrill of off-roading, you need a truck that’s fit for adventure without limits. The ideal overland truck is able to transition effortlessly from pavement to dirt and back again. It will have a respectable payload capacity and a strong towing capability, and it should be efficient and reliable so you can count on it for years of fun.
These are the criteria that Overland Journal
had in mind when they tested six different midsize pickup trucks, including the
Colorado ZR2 Bison, the Ford Ranger, and the Jeep Gladiator. Editors took these
trucks out for thousands of miles in order to find the perfect truck to win its
first-ever Overland Truck of the Year award. The Colorado ZR2 Bison won on the
strength of its many desirable features in addition to its impressive
capability and versatility.
Editors from Overland Journal were quick to
applaud the turbo-diesel available in the Colorado ZR2 Bison, as well as its
winch-ready front bumper, its front and rear locking differentials, and its
class-leading suspension. The Colorado ZR2 Bison is also equipped with five
different skid plates, unique 17×8-inch aluminum wheels, and Revolutionary
Multimatic DSSV™ dampers.
The Chevrolet Suburban became the first vehicle in history to be given the Award of Excellence star on the famous Hollywood Walk of Fame. Recognizing the 67-year career of the Suburban as a star of film and television shows, the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce showcased the iconic American SUV during an event in December 2019.
The Suburban first appeared on screen in
1952, and it’s starred in a whopping 1,750 films and television series. Since
1956, this SUV has been in at least one TV show per year, and at least one film
since 1960. Thirty of those films have been nominated for awards. With a
striking exterior, capable powertrain, and comfortable interior, the Suburban
is an ideal SUV for on and off the silver screen.
“There’s really nothing else like the
Chevrolet Suburban in this business, for two reasons,” said Dennis McCarthy,
Hollywood picture car coordinator. “First, it’s one of the most versatile
vehicles in the business, able to fit with any type of character. Second, it
can help instantly give a scene added importance. When a convoy of black
Suburbans appears on screen, you know that’s not the time to leave your seat to
The Suburban isn’t alone in its popularity
on screen, either. The Tahoe, which was introduced in 1995, has appeared on
screen in at least one film and television show since its inception. Together,
the Suburban and the Tahoe have been in a whopping 2,500 films and TV series.
The new Chevrolet Corvette Stingray has been named the 2020 MotorTrend Car of the Year. As the first-ever production mid-engine Corvette, the car has had the global attention of amateurs and experts alike, but all were wondering — how good is it, really? As MotorTrend has concluded, it’s actually quite good.
This is just the third time in the 66-year
history of the Corvette that it has earned MotorTrend’s Car of the Year award.
The Corvette Stingray sets new standards by
providing more speed and more power than any other entry-level Corvette before
it. It boasts a next-generation 6.2-liter Small Block V8 under the hood, which
is rated at 495 horsepower and 470 lb-ft of torque. With the optional Z51
Performance Package, this model goes from 0-60 mph in just 2.9 seconds.
Its fresh design draws inspiration from the race
track, with sweeping, aerodynamic lines and unique mid-engine design. The best
of modern technology, customization options, and a relatively low starting
price make this exceptional sports car even more appealing.
With the amount of anticipation there had been for the new Corvette Stingray, it was almost bound to fail. But Chevrolet managed something extraordinary with the first-ever mid-engine variant of its most famous car. Get behind the wheel of the 2020 MotorTrend Car of the Year at Stingray Chevrolet Bartow!