Opening the doors reveals an interior that may look familiar. Built through the instructive pages of Truckin', Scott's interior features several painted plastic pieces, two-tone Roadwire black leather and red suede seat covers, a red suede headliner, pillars, and a California Soft Trim power-sliding ragtop. US Speedo gauges add some bling to the great-looking interior. Completing the overall package, C.J. Silva of Ultimate Electronics in Phoenix installed the Pioneer AVIC-D3 head unit that sends signals to Realm amps, powering Realm mids and two 10-inch subs. The Realm subs are housed in a fiberglass center console that splits the two seats from an extended cab Colorado and also serves as the painted focal point inside the truck. Located in the bed, the two Realm amps were mounted in a carpeted box, while four 7-inch Vizualogic monitors were mounted underneath the Leer tonneau cover.

Scott's Colorado is a clean example of what we see the trend heading towards. Besides, what's wrong with a good-looking truck that you can drive and still get 25 mpg in?