Chevy has just launched the Colorado Sport with a $25,000 price tag, and it’s going to be the fastest car on the road this summer.
The ZR series was first introduced in 2008, but it’s only been available in a limited number of trim levels.
The first was a $15,000 car with the ZL1 supercharger and turbocharged 3.6-liter V6, which can produce about 602 horsepower and 716 pound-feet of torque.
In its first few months on the market, the ZR1 only put out 295 horsepower and 260 lb-ft of torque, but those numbers have dropped significantly over time.
That’s thanks in large part to the Z2’s improved efficiency and fuel economy, which has grown from 1.5 mpg in the Z1 to 4.3 mpg and 7.1 mpg with the new turbocharged version.
The latest version of the Z series is expected to come with a six-speed manual transmission, while the Z4 is expected with a seven-speed automatic.
Chevrolet’s pricing is the same as the Z R2, which costs $27,999.
If you want the ZZ4 Sport with the all-wheel drive, you can get it for $27.9k.
Here are a few things you need to know about the Z ZR.
It’s got all the styling and technology of the older ZR model, but with more performance and better fuel economy.