Chevrolet is using this year SEMA to introduce its Colorado Nautique Concept, based on the current generation Colorado ZL1 package.
To stand out, the double cabin pick-up uses a two tone color body while orange metallic flake paint scheme, some new 18-inch alloy wheels and a Super Air Nautique 210 boat and trailer.
John Fitzpatrick, senior marketing manager, Chevrolet trucks said,  “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. 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.” 
Colorado is using the segments best engine pick-up truck: an available 3.6L V-6 rated at 305 horsepower and 269 lb.-ft. of torque – and 26 mpg on the highway (2WD models), according to EPA estimates. In fact, the V6-equipped Colorado produces 14 percent more horsepower than Nissan Frontier’s V-6 (262 horsepower), while delivering 15 percent greater efficiency than its EPA-estimated 22 mpg.
It also produces nearly 23 percent more power than Toyota Tacoma’s V-6 (236 horsepower) and nearly 20 percent greater highway efficiency (21 mpg).
The interior receives some new technologies like Chevy MyLink with a built-in 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot, Lane Departure Warning and Forward Collision Alert.

Source: General Motors