GMC continues to push the boundaries of what can be done with electrification. Following the hit HUMMER EV, GMC will add the first-ever Sierra Denali EV to the lineup very soon.
In its first teaser image, we only get a taste of how the front of the GMC Sierra Denali EV looks. In place of a standard grille design, the Sierra EV appears to have a body-color panel surrounded by LED lights. In addition, the GMC nameplate in the center appears to glow. Bold LED headlights in the shape of an inverted L flank the center grille.
If you are ready to make the switch to electric, consider the HUMMER EV, available currently as a pickup. This rugged truck is designed to conquer the outdoors. It is available with innovative driving modes including a diagonal crabwalk and an extract mode that lifts the truck by 6 inches. Imagine the new off-road destinations you can try with innovative features like that.
For those of you who still want a traditional truck, the 2022 GMC Sierra 1500 is arriving now at Mitchell Buick-GMC in San Angelo, Texas. This truck offers best-in-class diesel towing with a capacity of up to 13,000 pounds. It will also be the first pickup in its class to offer the advanced hands-free Super Cruise™ technology.
GMC will reveal the Sierra Denali EV later this year. Check back at the Mitchell Buick-GMC blog for all the details.