Over in Australia, Holden has unveiled the Colorado Z71 Xtreme, which is based on the Colorado Xtreme concept vehicle from the 2016 Bangkok International Motor Show. The new variant of the pick-up is based on the range-topping Colorado Z71, and adds on a long list of concept vehicle inspired genuine accessories that have been designed and developed in Australia.

Items include a high visibility LED light bar, upgraded front suspension, 18-inch Goodyear Wrangler all-terrain tyres and a vehicle recovery kit as well as a best-in-class winch system, which features a heavy-duty bash plate as well as 10,000 lb load capacity and a 30 metre synthetic line.

Additional bits include fender flares, a bonnet bulge add-on, a soft tonneau cover, rear steel step, a roof tray kit as Xtreme branding decals as well as a large Colorado decal on the tailgate. The pick-up also gets an assortment of black-out items, in this case the grille, tubular side steps and sports bar.

No revisions to the powertrain, with the standard Z71’s 2.8 litre Duramax VGT turbodiesel continuing to offer 193 hp and 500 Nm in terms of output. The company says that the Z71 Xtreme, which will hit Australian showrooms on October 1, will be a limited edition model.