The subsequent electrical GMC pickup truck has a reveal date.
On Friday, GMC teased the Denali version of its upcoming Sierra EV with a video, and confirmed its debut date of Oct. 20.
The manufacturing truck seems to be almost an identical to that of the renders teased in 2021 with giant C-shaped LED daytime working lights and inset LED charging indicators. A break up headlight design mounted mid-bumper might be seen. Not like most electrical pickup vans, the Sierra EV Denali eschews a full-width LED mild bar in favor of a GMC brand and LED grille define—regardless of its lack of a standard grille, for aerodynamic causes.
LED taillights (that considerably resemble the lightning parts from the 2022 GMC Hummer EV), a big panoramic roof, and quilted leather-based cooled entrance seats are additionally teased within the video.
GM mentioned it intends to construct 1 million EVs in North America yearly by 2025, together with some 600,000 electrical pickup vans. The automaker’s spending $4 billion to transform its Orion Meeting plant in Orion Township, Michigan to construct the 2024 Chevrolet Silverado EV and GMC Sierra EV.
These pickup vans, together with the GMC Hummer EV, are all primarily based upon GM’s Ultium EV platform. The scalable platform is at present mentioned to be able to as much as 400 miles of vary within the Silverado EV with a 200-kwh battery pack. An 800-volt electrical structure allows fast-charging of 100 miles in simply 10 minutes on a 350-kw charger.
The Silverado EV options rear-wheel steering to assist shrink the massive truck’s turning radius, and it is anticipated the GMC Sierra EV Denali will characteristic the system as effectively.