For this year’s Buenos Aires Motor Show, Chevrolet unveiled the S10 Trailboss, a concept based on the S10 pick-up truck (known as the Colorado in other markets).

The Trailboss earns its name thanks to all the off-road equipment that has been added to it, which should help it be a master of routes less travelled. On it, you’ll find new bumpers, skid plates, side steps, chunky wheel arches, front bull bar, rear sports bar, a carrying case for supplies, and a roof rack for even more supplies.

The list goes on, with 18-inch alloy wheels (shod with all-terrain tyres), front-mounted LED light bar and a snorkel so the 2.8 litre Duramax turbodiesel engine isn’t asphyxiating should you decided to ford through a river. The powerplant is mated to a six-speed automatic transmission, with an all-wheel drive system to deliver its 193 hp and 500 Nm appropriately.

While it may look pretty hardcore on the outside, the interior is pretty well equipped with leather seats, automatic air-conditioning, MyLink infotainment system (with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility), 8-inch touchscreen display and a JBL speaker system.