When you think of cutting-edge innovations in automotive history, the first things that come to mind likely include the invention of the combustion engine, the advent of safety belts, and hybrid electric engine technology. The 2022 GMC Sierra Denali will mark the addition of another major milestone on that list: hands-free Super Cruise™ technology.
Super Cruise™ is a smart driver-assistance technology that uses a complex network of LiDAR mapping data, GPS information, sensors, and live cameras to make semi-autonomous hands-free cruising possible. The system can be activated on over 200,000 miles of eligible roadways across North America, which means your next commute across Texas could be much less stressful in a 2022 GMC Sierra Denali.
The 2022 GMC Sierra Denali will be one of the first vehicles from the premium brand to offer Super Cruise™, joining the exciting new HUMMER EV due this fall. GMC confirms that the latest version of the technology will add a function drivers have been pining for: the option to drive hands-free while trailering.
Interested in seeing how Super Cruise™ technology and the 2022 GMC Sierra Denali can change your life? Get in touch with the experts at Mitchell Buick GMC in San Angelo, Texas, to learn when you can expect to take a hands-free test drive.
The GMC MultiPro™ tailgate captured the hearts of truck drivers everywhere when it was released, and the GMC CarbonPro™ Edition will likely have the same effect. The CarbonPro™ carbon fiber bed will be available on the Sierra Denali 1500 and Sierra AT4 1500 in limited quantities this summer. The innovative CarbonPro™ bed is the first of its kind: It’s constructed with carbon fiber composite to deliver best-in-class dent, scratch, and corrosion resistance.
The CarbonPro™ bed is the toughest bed out there, protecting
your truck no matter what you’re hauling. Not only is the CarbonPro™ bed
incredibly strong and durable, but it naturally resists corrosion, guaranteeing
its durability over time and making a spray-in bedliner unnecessary. It also
weighs approximately 25 percent less than a standard steel bed — reducing truck
weight by about 60 pounds — and offers best-in-class cargo volume.
To optimize the bed’s functionality, the CarbonPro™ bed
features indentations for bike tires and two additional tie-down spots. The
CarbonPro™ bed’s heavy-duty credentials were validated by comprehensive
testing, including drop tests, a corrosion test, and extreme temperature
The CarbonPro™ bed will be more widely available in the coming year, with a greater quantity of models being produced for the 2020 model year. To learn about how you can get your hands on a GMC CarbonPro™ Edition Sierra, stop into Mitchell Buick GMC.