Just in time for the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS), GMC has lifted the wraps off their new Sierra All Terrain HD concept so as to put it on show at the high profile event.
The Sierra All Terrain HD is no mean innovation – it comes across as one among the most capable trucks ever .
Presented as a concept, the truck bears a shorter, wider, and taller outlook and is driven by a Duramax 6.6-liter V8 diesel engine with 397 hp (296 kW) and 765 lb-ft (1,037 Nm) of torque.
A next-generation navigation system with an 80 GB hard drive will make it the vehicle of the future.
Tipped to have a payload capacity of 2,700 pounds, the truck will don a mean look with a fairly huge grille, bulging fender flares and LED lamps.
The 20-inch aluminum wheels with 35-inch BFGoodrich KM2 tires would give it the looks that would carry it in any crowd.
Not any picture of the interior has been let out, but it is expected that the vehicle will have its cabin adorned by two-tone leather seats and satin chrome trim.
Here’s a video preview: