The U.S. Army Just Bought A Bunch Of These Chevy Colorado ZR2-Based Trucks To Transport Troops

General Motors just secured a $214.3 million contract with the U.S. army to build Infantry Squad Vehicles, or ISVs. The machines, each capable of carrying up to nine troops, is heavily based on the Chevy Colorado ZR2 diesel, and is designed to provide “rapid ground mobility.” Just look at this beast. Read more…

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