For starters, a set of new bumpers, full underbody movement image protection, high clearway flares and beadlock wheels. Chances are, a concept’s refrigerator, NATO-style fuel cans, aluminum storage cases, and a few other accessories won’t make production. Customers who buy a ZR2 Bison from a dealership are pronounced to usually get partial of a package; they’ll need to get some other components from AEV. Under a hood, both a 3.6-liter V6 and a 2.8-liter Duramax diesel will be offered, only like in a unchanging ZR2. Pricing still can't be confirmed, though given that a ZR2 starts during around $43,000, design a ZR2 Bison to set we behind during slightest $45,500, while a fully-equipped AEV chronicle will simply strike $50k.