General Motors Corporation Seems to be testing its redesigned 2023 canyon Pickup truck with updated suspension lifted from the ZR2 variant of its Colorado twins. This heavily camouflaged prototype package looks like a Multimatic DSSV damper disguised in a black vinyl wrap.
There are rumors that the GMC variant of the Colorado ZR2, because the mid-size pickup uses the AT4 brand for its off-road variant. General Motors It seems that it is ready to adopt GMC’s higher-end pickup formula, as it did for Silverado.The latter, now has Formally confirmed, Has been monitored on the road, its own DSSV shock disguised in the same way as seen here.
This prototype is aloft-even for the AT4-and sports a multi-section Goodyear Wrangler All-terrain tires. Due to the GMC-style fog lamp design, we can say that this is a canyon and not another Colorado. Colorado prototype We have already seen the test. Like Colorado, the redesigned Canyon is expected to be equipped with only one engine: a 2.7-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine upgraded from Silverado and Sierra pickups.
Look for the canyon to appear with it Chevrolet At some point in the next year or two, twins are used as models for 2023 or 2024.