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Refreshed 2021 GMC Terrain Previewed In GMC Family Photo

Refreshed 2021 GMC Terrain Previewed In GMC Family Photo

GMC has had a busy week with the reveal of the refreshed 2021 Canyon and redesigned Yukon lineup. Apparently those two headlines were not enough for GM’s truck brand, because there is one more piece of news. The 2021 GMC Terrain will also see a mild redesign, which is being previewed in a family photo of GMC’s AT4 models.

The photo shown above shows the AT4 trim level of every GMC product as of the 2021 model year. It will serve as the first model year in which every GMC product offers an AT4 trim level, which is GMC’s new sub-brand that is focused on premium off-road vehicles. Think of AT4 as the off-road counterpart to Denali.

So far GMC isn’t saying much about the 2021 Terrain AT4. What is noticeable from the family photo is that the Terrain is getting new headlights and a larger grille for 2021; a theme we’ve seen from GMC in recent years. Generally AT4 models also gain larger tires, skid plates and other off-road focused features.

GMC isn’t saying when we will learn more about the 2021 Terrain, but we’d expect further details by the end of summer.





 

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  1. adk024
    Tone
    It strikes me as odd that, in an age where trucks, CUVs and SUVs are selling so well, the GM does so little with its upmarket, truck/SUV/CUV-focused brand. If there is any brand that deserves some distinct product, it's GMC. Where is GMC's Wrangler/Bronco competitor? It's Raptor alternative? How come GMC doesn't have a really funky, small utility-focused crossover like the Jeep Renegade? There are so many hot, higher margin segments out there that seem tailor-made for GMC and GM seems really slow to capitalize on them. Weird.


    Tragic really, GMC has been grossly neglected for eons. There was a GMC slated for production that could have countered Bronco, but it was canceled/delayed depending on how you read between the lines of the press release.

    donmateo
    That Canyon looks so out of place...lineup looks great. Love the new Yukon and Acadia updates. Wish the motor had a little more brawn to it, though.


    It's the Acadia that sticks out of place to me with the bad-photoshop-looking headlights...
    donmateo
    That Canyon looks so out of place...lineup looks great. Love the new Yukon and Acadia updates. Wish the motor had a little more brawn to it, though.
    Tone
    It strikes me as odd that, in an age where trucks, CUVs and SUVs are selling so well, the GM does so little with its upmarket, truck/SUV/CUV-focused brand. If there is any brand that deserves some distinct product, it's GMC. Where is GMC's Wrangler/Bronco competitor? It's Raptor alternative? How come GMC doesn't have a really funky, small utility-focused crossover like the Jeep Renegade? There are so many hot, higher margin segments out there that seem tailor-made for GMC and GM seems really slow to capitalize on them. Weird.
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