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GMC Body on Frame SUV Shelved?

Rumors are swirling that General Motors has reversed plans to sell a body-on-frame midsize SUV under the GMC brand. If true, the change in plans would mean GM will not enter what is becoming a very hot market segment.  Citing multiple unnamed sources, Muscle Cars & Trucks reports GM shelved the midsize GMC SUV program late last year during its restructuring. This…

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2020 GMC Sierra 1500 Gains New Features

The half-ton pickup truck war is as fierce as ever and GMC is aiming to stay in the battle with new features for the Sierra 1500. The 2020 Sierra will gain several new technology features, including--finally--adaptive cruise control.  Many of the new features are centered on trailering. For 2020, Sierra owners will be able to opt for Enhanced ProGrade Trailering. The…

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GMC Sierra Gains CarbonPro Bed Option

Back when the current GMC Sierra was revealed, the brand referenced a carbon fiber bed that would be available at a later date. Well, over a year later GMC is finally ready to rollout its optional CarbonPro bed.  Production of the new bed will commence in June, but it will only be optional on GMC Sierra Denali and AT4 1500…

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2020 GMC Acadia Gets Bolder Look, New Tech

Crossovers and SUVs are the hot thing these days, so it comes as little surprise GMC is wanting to keep one of theirs fresh. The brand has announced the 2020 Acadia, which is sporting a bolder design and new technology to stay competitive.  On the spectrum of vehicle refreshes, this one is fairly substantial. GMC has swapped out the entire…

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GMC Considering Electric Pickup Truck

Earlier this month news broke Ford Motor Company is working on an electrified pickup truck. Now GMC is joining in on the electric truck bandwagon, saying they too are considering such a product.  In speaking with The Detroit News GMC executive Duncan Aldred said when asked about an electric truck, "Certainly, it's something we're considering." Assuming GMC moves from just considering an…

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2020 GMC Sierra HD Revealed

After providing a few sneak peaks, GMC has formally taken the cover off its new 2020 Sierra HD pickup truck lineup. As expected, the new heavy duty version of the Sierra comes packing more technology, upgraded hardware and a bolder new look.  “The all-new 2020 Sierra HD is the most capable heavy-duty truck that we’ve ever offered,” said Duncan Aldred,…

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GMC Revealing 2020 Sierra HD This Week

After a small teaser last week, GMC has confirmed it will reveal the 2020 Sierra HD on Tuesday, January 22nd. Along with the announcement, GM's truck brand has also given us another teaser shot of their new HD truck.  Today's teaser doesn't tell us much that we don't already know. The shot showcases the front fender badge, which is just…

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2020 GMC Sierra Denali HD Teased

Chevrolet has already shown the 2020 Silverado HD, now we're getting our first look at the 2020 GMC Sierra HD Denali by way of a small teaser shot.  GMC has released the above image, saying it is of the 2020 Sierra HD. Unsurprisingly, it appears the Sierra HD is going to follow the 2020 Silverado HD in having a massive…

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GM Trademark Suggests GMC Envoy Return

General Motors has renewed a trademark for the Envoy vehicle name, which could suggest the company is planning to bring back the GMC Envoy. The Envoy name was retired when the company ended production of the previous Envoy in 2009.  It is worth mentioning that trademark filings are not alway indicative of future products; it's possible GM is just keeping…

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GMC Roughs up Refinement With 2019 Sierra AT4

GMC is going further into the off-road truck segment with the 2019 GMC Sierra AT4, a slightly more in-depth off-roader than the previous Sierra All-Terrain model, but not quite a Ford F-150 Raptor competitor.  “The 2019 Sierra AT4 is designed for the customer who wants an elevated presence on the road and the capability to venture off life’s beaten path,”…

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