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RSS Los Angeles: West coast beaches inspired this 2015 Chevrolet Colorado lifeguard truck

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Filed under: LA Auto Show, Truck, Work, Chevrolet, Police/Emergency, Off-Road

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The 2015 Colorado represents Chevrolet's return to the midsize pickup segment in the US, and the automaker wants it to be known for its versatility, which is the reason why the beach patrol vehicle on display at the LA Auto Show was built.

West Coast beaches inspired the yellow-and-red lifeguard truck, which has a bed-mounted surfboard rack with a small light bar on top. Take away the beach patrol theme and the truck would be great for surf trips. The upscale interior of the Colorado would give lifeguards a comfortable place to work, as well, and either the 193-horsepower four-cylinder engine or the 302-hp V6 would work just fine for beach driving.

Head over to the photo gallery to see the beach patrol Colorado.

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its still a year away though. its been a long time since GM had a new Colorado/Canyon replacement/2nd gen midsize truck. Even longer for its SUV stablemates Trailblazer and Envoy. So long as there is no more anemic I-5s in the thing.


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If the Colorado turns out to be an efficient and reliable little truck I'm seriously thinking about getting one. I could always use a truck around where I live, but a full-size pickup is over kill and I want GM


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