2015 Colorado Super Air Nautique 210 Concept Is What Happens in Vegas
But let's hope it doesn't stay there
Chevy’s brought a lot of cool stuff to Las Vegas for the 2014 SEMA Show, but the 2015 Colorado Super Air Nautique 210 Concept might possibly be the coolest. For those of you who are just gearheads but don’t really get out on the waves, the Super Air Nautique 210 is one of the industry’s best wakeboard boats; a wakeboard boat is used to generate wakes for people to conquer on the water.
The concept truck and accompanying boat, as well as the trailer, are all sporting the same orange metallic flake exterior for the show. The trailer and the Colorado concept truck also share the same wheels—18-inch Chevrolet accessory wheels, to be exact.
You might be thinking that a trailer with a giant Nautique boat might be a tad too heavy for a mid-size truck to haul, but no Silverados are needed here. The Colorado can tow up to 7,000 pounds, while the boat and trailer together only weigh 5,200 pounds.
“You can’t own a lifestyle product like the Super Air Nautique without the assurance of a strong, confidence-inspiring truck to haul it to your favorite lake,” explained John Fitzpatrick, the senior marketing manager for Chevrolet trucks. “The Colorado rewrites the book for midsize trucks, delivering unprecedented performance and capability for people who need the versatility of a truck in a smaller package than a full-size pickup.”
In addition to the 2015 Colorado Super Air Nautique 210 Concept, Chevy is also showing off the Colorado Performance Concept, the 2015 Camaro Commemorative Edition, and the Silverado Polaris ACE+ Concept at SEMA this week.
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