Making room for bigger 35-inch tall tires, the Bison rides on a suspension that is 1.5 inches larger than the usual ZR2, which equates to a class-leading 12.2 inches of whole floor clearance. A focus of the suspension on each the ZR2 and Bison are the superb Multimatic DSSV shock dampers. Nevertheless, for 2024, the Bison provides a set of Multimatic jounce dampers, which forestall the suspension from bottoming out below excessive off-road situations — the solely truck available on the market so-equipped from the manufacturing facility.
Within the unlikely occasion that the Bison does strike an object, there is a assortment of boron metal skid plates to guard the mechanical parts, and a pair of rock sliders below the doorways forestall injury to the rocker panels.
The Bison additionally wears Chevy’s “Flowtie” entrance badge, which is a intelligent adaptation of the model’s conventional bowtie emblem, however with the middle part eliminated to allow higher airflow by way of the grille to the radiator. As anticipated, there’s appreciable AEV cross-branding current, together with on the seat headrests. A twig-in bedliner for the cargo mattress is commonplace, as are all-weather flooring liners to guard the cabin’s carpet.
Although the truck already comes fairly loaded with options, there are a tiny handful of non-obligatory extras reminiscent of a sunroof and extra luxurious cabin upholstery. Pricing for the 2024 Bison hasn’t but been introduced, however the usual ZR2 begins at $48,295 (consists of vacation spot price). Word that the outgoing second-generation Bison trades at an roughly $4,500 premium over the ZR2, so it is in all probability secure to imagine an analogous metric for 2024.