Adventurers come in many forms, from weekends in used campers to creating new paths off-road. Choosing the right truck or SUV for your style of adventure ensures that every journey makes the memory books.
GMC offers two different sizes for its full-size SUV. The differences appear in the name, with the regular model the Yukon and the longer version the Yukon XL.
It’s the future of driving. Letting your vehicle take over most of the responsibilities, from
steering to acceleration and braking. GMC has the Super Cruise system to make your next drive
more convenient with its cutting-edge technology. But does your GMC have it? What models
offer it, and how do you know what vehicles you see at GMC dealers have it? Take a look, we’ll
tell you how you can find out.
One of the best ways for executives to show brand loyalty is to use their company’s products. GM CFO Paul Jacobson has two cool GM products in his divided garage.
Mainstream SUVs continue to evolve into a class of vehicles that blur the lines between comfort, convenience, and ruggedness. You can get a luxury SUV with all the bells and whistles that you expect in an upscale ride, but in the same class, you can also get a brawny vehicle designed to tackle any type of rough terrain. Some SUVs have more rugged features than others. Here’s a look at some of the most rugged 2023 models. Read More
GMC is well on its way to featuring an all-eclectic fleet by 2030. The all-American car maker has offered consumers its first glimpse into the all-electric Sierra Denali. Models of the Denali including the GMC Sierra 1500 will be the only trim in the Sierra model that is fully electric. It will join the ranks as the third all-electric vehicle offered by GMC, sitting pretty right alongside the GMC Hummer EV SUV and the GMC Hummer EV pickup.
The first glimpse of the electrified Denali is as futuristic as it gets with the front and LED lights display being as beautiful as you would imagine. GMC vice president Duncan Aldridge promises that the “Sierra Denali holds tremendous equity for GMC and our customers.” Aldred adds, “We now have an opportunity to evolve Sierra’s capabilities and technologies, as afforded by transitioning to an all-electric propulsion while also elevating the luxurious design and comfort associated with Denali.”
Built on GMC’s Ultium Platform
Partnering with LG Energy Solutions, GM has built one of the most powerful electric vehicle platforms on the market, the Ultium Platform. This intentionally designed EV platform utilizes state-of-the-art technology so that you have the ultimate experience with your electric vehicle. The Denali, along with the other EVs in GMC’s portfolio, will be built using the power of Ultium.
What Does the GMC Denali EV Have to Offer?
GMC’s third all-electric vehicle is expected to offer everything drivers want in a powerful all-electric truck. Because it will be built on GM’s Ultium battery, it is expected to offer up to 400 miles in range on a single charge. This is a punch more than what the Hummer EV currently offers with its 350 mile range on a single charge.
Going off of what the current model of the Denali already has to offer, it’s expected that the Denali EV will feature a rear-wheel drive 1 motor set up as the standard. Drivers can expect to have the option of an all-wheel drive with a 2 motor setup as well. Much like the Hummer EV, there is the possibility that the Denali could allow drivers to choose a 3 motor setup as well.
Following the path of the other V’s in GMC’s portfolio, it’s expected that the Denali EV will offer equally impressive tech and safety features as well. One such feature is the Supercruise capability which allows drivers to have full hands-free driver assistance. Along with this, drivers can expect higher quality connectivity options, and enhanced comfort features too.
When it comes to the exterior, much like GMC’s current Denali models, drivers can look forward to a futuristic and sleek design that still incorporates that aggressive and iconic look of a Denali.
When Will the GMC Sierra Denali EV Be Unveiled?
GMC is planning to unveil the all-electric GMC Sierra 1500 Denali in 2023. The company has announced that the Denali will be assembled in GMC’s Factory ZERO assembly plant which is based in Detroit and Hamtramck, Michigan.
If you’re deciding between stopping by a GMC dealer to explore a GMC Canyon or visiting your local Chevy dealer to explore a Chevy Colorado, you’re getting ready to make one of the most challenging decisions of your life. Both of these light-duty trucks ultimately fall under the General Motors umbrella, which means they share quite a few similarities. At the same time, they are different enough that you’ll notice some distinction.
Your Kubota tractor is the prized jewel of your equipment. It offers the power and capability to get the job done. You also need a truck that can haul it.
Regardless of whether you have a Kubota tractor like the B2601 to help with chores around the farm or a B2650 backhoe that earns its worth on the job site, or anything in between, here are three mid-size trucks that help you get your Kubota tractor where it needs to be to get the job done. Read More
Sierra or Silverado? Silverado or Sierra? It’s probably a question you’re asking yourself, wondering what makes these two trucks that are built on the same platform so different.