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GMC Introduces Its Most Luxurious, Advanced and Capable Sierra 1500 Lineup

GMC Introduces Its Most Luxurious, Advanced and Capable Sierra 1500 Lineup

First-ever Sierra Denali Ultimate and AT4X trims lead styling, interior and technology updates across lineup, including trailering-capable Super Cruise1 driver-assistance technology and new 13.4-inch-diagonal infotainment screen

2021-10-21

DETROIT – All-new technologies — including trailering-capable Super Cruise1 — along with new levels of premium craftsmanship and capability make the new 2022 GMC Sierra the most advanced and luxurious Sierra ever.

The lineup is led by the new Sierra Denali Ultimate trim, the most advanced and luxuriously appointed Denali model ever and the most advanced and luxurious pickup in its class. Accompanying the Denali Ultimate is the first-ever Sierra AT4X — the new peak of premium off-road performance with serious capability and uncompromising refinements.

“Sierra’s momentum continues to accelerate, as the fastest growing model in the segment,” said Duncan Aldred, global vice president of GMC and Buick. “With the 2022 Sierra, GMC is offering customers more advanced technologies, upscale appointments and increased capability across the Sierra lineup including the all-new Sierra Denali Ultimate and AT4X.”

Sierra highlights
The 2022 Sierra features an elevated exterior design and all-new, expressive interiors, with enhanced technology integration, including a large, 13.4-inch-diagonal touchscreen with Google built-in2 compatibility.

Additionally:

  • The refreshed exterior features a new grille and revised headlamp design and expressive lighting animation when approaching, starting or walking away from the vehicle.
  • A new, unique interior design includes a cockpit-oriented instrument panel along with a new, more functional center console that features electronic precision shift on models with front bucket seats.
  • The new, larger 13.4-inch-diagonal color touchscreen is complemented with a new 12.3-inch-diagonal configurable digital instrument cluster and 15-inch-diagonal multicolor Head-Up Display to provide more than 40 diagonal inches of digital display, the most in its class.
  • Previously announced for the 2022 GMC HUMMER EV Pickup and introduced on the 2022 Yukon, Sierra comes with Google built-in2.
  • Sierra Denali Ultimate trim offers exclusive design and premium materials, along with technologies including trailering-capable Super Cruise1 driver-assistance technology and a standard 420-horsepower, 6.2L V-8 engine.
  • All-new AT4X trim that offers an exclusive premium interior and advanced off-road capability, with features such as Multimatic DSSV dampers, front and rear e-lockers and Terrain Mode with one-pedal crawling3, while delivering excellent on-road comfort and trailering capability.
  • A new 2.7L Turbo High-Output engine offers greater refinement, performance and enhanced trailering4 capability.

First-ever Sierra Denali Ultimate trim
The first-ever Sierra Denali Ultimate trim is the most advanced and most luxurious pickup in its class, taking the popular Denali sub-brand to an even higher threshold of capable luxury.

Unique exterior styling cues, along with exclusive interior trim and features, are complemented with more standard equipment — including first-in-class available trailering-capable Super Cruise1 and the segment-exclusive CarbonPro composite cargo box, offering best-in-class short-bed cargo volume — to set a new standard for premium truck buyers who want to reward themselves. 

The Denali Ultimate is distinguished by an exterior featuring a unique grille in exclusive Vader chrome, along with exclusive 22-inch wheels, finished in Low Gloss Black with machined accents, Vader chrome GMC logo and unique front fender trim featuring Mount Denali. Additionally, GMC’s six-way MultiPro tailgate, the Denali Premium Suspension with segment-exclusive Adaptive Ride Control, and power assist steps are standard.

The Denali Ultimate’s Alpine Umber interior builds on the already luxurious Denali cabin, with full-grain leather appointments and open-pore Paldao wood trim. The wood’s darkened finish creates a distinctive color blend, while the unique graining adds bespoke attention to detail.

Additional content includes:

  • Leather-trimmed instrument panel
  • Full-grain leather-wrapped door panels with etched stainless-steel speaker grilles
  • Full-grain leather-wrapped console lid
  • Full-grain leather front and rear seats with the Denali Ultimate badge on the front seatbacks
  • Premium microsuede headliner, visors and A- and B-pillar trim along with leather-wrapped A- and B-pillar handles
  • All-new best-in-class 16-way power-adjustable and massaging front seats
  • All-new 12-speaker Bose® Premium series with Center Point surround technology with AudioPilot and Richbass woofer
  • Standard Rear Camera Mirror5, with full camera display
  • Standard 15-inch-diagonal multicolor Head-Up Display
  • Standard power sunroof

Embossed and laser-etched across the interior are a number of topographical maps of the summit of Mount Denali, the highest peak in North America. These maps can be found laser-etched on to the open-pore Paldao wood on the front passenger-side dashboard, in the full-grain leather on the front and back of the front seats, rear seat and door panels, as well as on the exterior fender vent badges.

When it comes to propulsion, the Sierra Denali Ultimate’s standard engine is GMC’s 420-hp, 6.2L V-8 and it is matched with a 10-speed automatic transmission featuring Electronic Precision Shift. Four-wheel drive, with an electronically controlled two-speed transfer case, is standard.

Enhanced version of Super Cruise1 hands-free driver-assistance technology and more
Super Cruise1 is standard on Sierra Denali Ultimate with a three-year subscription to enable the functionality6 and available on Sierra Denali. It is the industry’s first true hands-free driver-assistance technology for compatible roads, and it can be used on more than 200,000 miles (320,000 km) of compatible roads in the U.S. and Canada.

Trailering-capable Super Cruise adds to Sierra’s class-leading roster of trailering assistance technologies, which also include up to 14 available camera views8, including Transparent Trailer, GCW Alert, in-vehicle trailering app and more. The new GCW Alert will signal when the maximum weight the Sierra can safely carry is exceeded and signal when the vehicle may be overloaded.

The 2022 Sierra also offers additional safety and driver-assistance features with trailering in mind, including Trailer Side Blind Zone Alert5, which accounts for the length of the trailer when changing lanes and enhancements to Adaptive Cruise Control5 to enable use while trailering.

Additionally, GMC Pro Safety5 is standard and includes Forward Collision Alert, Automatic Emergency Braking, Front Pedestrian Braking, Lane Change Alert with Side Blind Zone Alert, Following Distance Indicator and IntelliBeam automatic high beams.

Sierra AT4X: the new peak in premium off-roading
The all-new Sierra AT4X continues GMC’s efforts to break ground in the premium truck category. The Sierra AT4X is a balanced execution that delivers advanced off-road capability when called upon without compromising the on-road comfort, tech, towing, and payload capability expected from a premium pickup.

Highlights include:

  • Standard 6.2L V-8 engine and 10-speed automatic transmission
  • Unique Multimatic DSSV spool-valve dampers
  • Unique springs that, with the Multimatic dampers, increase maximum front and rear suspension travel by 50 mm and 25 mm, respectively, compared with the standard AT4 suspension
  • Two-speed transfer case, with selectable modes for different off-road conditions — including Terrain Mode, which allows one-pedal3 rock crawling
  • Front and rear e-locking differentials, a combination not offered by any other competitor in its class7
  • Specific off-road chassis and suspension calibrations
  • Unique, larger steel transfer case shield
  • 18-inch black wheels with LT265/70R18 Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac Mud-Terrain tires
  • Available rocker guard accessory

The functional features are complemented with a unique, luxury-focused AT4X Obsidian Rush interior that balances the off-roader’s capability with comfort and convenience. The cabin is awash with premium leather, including full-grain leather-wrapped and technical grain leather accents, all of which is highlighted with white piping and red stitching.  

The interior also features authentic, dark Vanta ash wood trim, best-in-class 16-way power-adjustable and massaging front seats, a premium microsuede headliner, a 15-inch-diagonal Head-Up Display, power sliding rear window, power sunroof, a 12-speaker Bose® Premium Series audio system with Center Point technology and more.

AT4X’s payload capability is 1,420 pounds9 and its trailering rating is 8,900 pounds4.

Elevated design — inside and out
In addition to the distinctive design cues of the Sierra Denali Ultimate and Sierra AT4X, the vast majority of the 2022 Sierra lineup is elevated with styling and design updates, inside and out. Exterior highlights include:

  • Revised front bumper, fascia, grille designs and finishes on each trim
  • New dual-projector LED headlamps, along with a revised execution of GMC’s signature C-shaped daytime running lamps, giving the Sierra a bolder, wider appearance
  • Animated lighting sequences that activate when approaching, starting or walking away from the truck
  • New wheel designs on SLT and Denali 
  • Three new exterior colors (extra cost): Titanium Rush Metallic, Dynamic Blue Metallic and Desert Sand Metallic

What hasn’t changed with the 2022 Sierra’s exterior are the professional-grade features that underpin its capability, including the available, industry-first six-function MultiPro tailgate, the available CarbonPro carbon fiber composite bed, which provides more short-bed cargo bed volume — 63.9 cubic feet — than any other competitor7.

Inside, GMC designers set apart Sierra from the competition with unique, new interiors on SLE, Elevation and SLT trims, as well as unique premium interior designs for AT4, AT4X, Denali and Denali Ultimate trims. There are also new color and stitching designs throughout, with more premium materials throughout the cabin, further elevating the Sierra’s premium look and feel.

Additional interior highlights include:

  • All-new 13.4-inch-diagonal horizontal infotainment10 touchscreen (standard on SLE trim and above)
  • All-new 12.3-inch-diagonal digital, configurable instrument cluster (standard on SLE trim and above)
  • A new center console design
  • All-new Electronic Precision Shift on models with front bucket seats (a column shifter is available on models equipped with a front bench seat)
  • New, available Elevation Premium Package that includes a Jet Black leather-appointed interior with bucket seats, rear seat with storage, Sierra Safety Plus Package5, spray-on bedliner and more
  • New power-adjustable steering column is standard on up-level trims

New 13.4-inch-diagonal screen, Google built-in2 and more
The centerpiece of the 2022 Sierra’s redesigned interior (SLE trim and above) is an all-new and customizable 13.4-inch-diagonal horizontal touchscreen, along with a 12.3-inch-diagonal digital, configurable instrument cluster. Together, they provide users with incredible levels of personalization and intuitive engagement, starting the moment the driver slides behind the wheel and the driver information center comes to life.

Those personalization options allow customers to prioritize their views and even have two areas of information, to display navigation and trailering details simultaneously, for example, with the option to prioritize one over the other. Or, the customer can choose full-screen navigation, or entertainment or other options. It’s all about enabling a more personalized experience that enhances comfort and convenience.

Additionally, the Sierra comes with Google built-in2 compatibility (standard on all trims except Pro), with three years of service included with AT4 and Denali trims. With it, many of a user’s favorite phone features are available in the vehicle through the infotainment system, including Google Maps, Google Assistant and Google Play. With Google Assistant, drivers can use their voice to get directions, play their favorite podcasts, control vehicle functions and more, allowing drivers to keep their hands on the wheel and eyes on the road.

Google built-in is compatible with both Apple and Android devices, working with and complementing existing connectivity features such as wireless Apple CarPlay11 and Android Auto12, as well as available Amazon Alexa13 (standard on SLE trim and above).

Additional Sierra technologies include available multicolor 15-inch-diagonal Head-Up Display, which along with the 13.4-inch-diagonal horizontal touchscreen and 12.3-inch-diagonal digital, instrument cluster, take the total of available digital display space in the new Sierra to more than 40 diagonal inches, each helping provide an engaging, customizable and comprehensive driving experience.

Enhanced 2.7L Turbo High-Output and more-capable 3.0L Duramax Turbo-Diesel engines
The 2022 Sierra includes an enhanced 2.7L Turbo High-Output engine. Highlights include:

  • Torque estimated at 420 lb-ft (569 Nm) — a more than 20 percent increase over the current engine
  • A new, more rigid cylinder block casting is complemented with a 30 percent-stiffer crankshaft, which enabled engineers to enhance smoothness, reduce noise and tune the engine for greater torque production, particularly in the usable low-mid rpm range
  • Higher maximum trailering4 ratings of 9,600 pounds with 2WD models and 9,300 pounds with 4WD models are achieved with the new 2.7L Turbo
  • Shift scheduling revisions with the 2.7L Turbo’s eight-speed automatic transmission enhance refinement and deliver quicker downshifts, for a greater feeling of power on demand.

Additional Sierra propulsion lineup updates include improvements with the 3.0L Duramax Turbo-Diesel, along with chassis changes that now allow inclusion of the max tow package, so the 3.0L Duramax, with 277 class-leading diesel horsepower and 460 lb-ft of torque, now has a max tow rating of 13,200 pounds (Double Cab 2WD with 20-inch wheels and Max Trailering Package) — a 4,000-pound improvement over the 2021 Sierra. The Sierra also offers best-in-class light-duty diesel 4WD towing4, at 13,000 pounds.

Also available are the proven 5.3L V-8 with Dynamic Fuel Management and the 6.2L V-8 with Dynamic Fuel Management. All V-8 engines and the 3.0L Duramax are matched with a 10-speed automatic transmission.

Coming in Q1 2022
The refreshed GMC Sierra arrives at dealerships in the first quarter of 2022. Customers can place reservations14 starting today at www.gmc.com.

Base pricing for each trim will be available at reservation. MSRP15, including destination charge, for Denali Ultimate is $80,395, AT4X is $74,995, Denali is $61,295, AT4 is $60,995, SLT is $50,895, Elevation is $45,495, SLE $43,895 and Sierra Pro is $32,495.

Full pricing will be announced closer to the start of production.

About GMC
With a strong foundation of manufacturing trucks since 1902 and now selling in a dozen countries across the world, GMC offers purpose-built vehicles designed and engineered to the highest standard. From the all-new compact SUV Terrain to the Sierra HD, our trucks and crossovers deliver GMC’s signature combination of intuitive technologies and premium execution, with the popular Denali representing the pinnacle of GMC design, performance and amenities. Details on all GMC models are available at www.gmc.com, on Twitter at @GMC or at www.facebook.com/gmc.

1Always pay attention while driving and when using Super Cruise. Do not use a hand-held device. Automatic Lane Change functionality is not available while trailering. Visit GMC.com/connectivity-technology/super-cruise for compatible roads and full details.
2Google built-in services are subject to limitations and availability may vary by vehicle, infotainment system, and location. Select service plan required. Certain Google actions and functionality may require account linking. User terms and privacy statements apply. Google, Google Play, Android Auto and Google Maps are trademarks of Google LLC.
3You should always use your brake pedal if you need to stop quickly.
4Before you buy a vehicle or use it for trailering, carefully review the Trailering section of the Owner’s Manual. The weight of passengers, cargo and options or accessories may reduce the amount you can tow.
5Safety or driver assistance features are no substitute for the driver’s responsibility to operate the vehicle in a safe manner. Read the vehicle’s owner’s manual for important feature limitations and information.
6In order to operate Super Cruise, you must have an active and eligible GMC Connected Services plan. Visit GMC.com/connectivity-technology/super-cruise for more details.
7Excludes other GM vehicles.
8Safety or driver assistance features are no substitute for the driver’s responsibility to operate the vehicle in a safe manner. Read the vehicle’s owner’s manual for important feature limitations and information. Some camera views require available accessory camera and installation. Not compatible with all trailers. See your dealer for details.
9For comparison purposes only. See the owner’s manual and the label on the vehicle door jamb for the carrying capacity of a specific vehicle.
10GMC Infotainment System functionality varies by model. Full functionality requires compatible Bluetooth and smartphone, and USB connectivity for some device.
11Vehicle user interface is a product of Apple and its terms and privacy statements apply. Requires compatible iPhone and data plan rates apply. Apple CarPlay is a trademark of Apple Inc. Siri, iPhone and Apple Music are trademarks for Apple Inc, registered in the U.S. and other countries.
12Vehicle user interface is a product of GoogleTM and its terms and privacy statements apply. Requires the Android Auto app on Google Play and a compatible AndroidTM smartphone. Data plan rates apply. You can check which smartphones are compatible at g.co/androidauto/requirements. Android Auto is a trademark of Google LLC.
13Functionality is subject to limitations and varies by vehicle, infotainment system, and location. Select service plan required. Certain Alexa Skills require account linking to use. Amazon, Alexa, and all related logos are trademarks of Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates. See onstar.com for additional details.
14Reservation does not guarantee delivery within a certain period of time. At participating dealers.
15The Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price excludes tax, title, license, dealer fees and optional equipment. See your GMC dealer for details.

2022 GMC SIERRA 1500 PRELIMINARY SPECIFICATIONS

FUEL TANK CAPACITY1 (APPROX.)

Regular Cab

28.3 gal. / 107 liters

Double Cab

24 gal. / 91 liters

Crew Cab

24 gal. / 91 liters

1Capacity is approx. 22 gal. / 83 liters on 2WD/diesel models.

ENGINES

Type:

2.7L I-4 Turbo DOHC VVT DI with Active Fuel Management and Stop/Start

Bore & Stroke (in / mm):

3.63 x 4.01 / 92.25 x 102

Block Material:

Cast aluminum

Cylinder Head Material:

Cast aluminum

Valvetrain:

Dual-overhead camshafts, four-valves per cylinder, tripower valvetrain with continuously variable valve timing, variable valve lift and Active Fuel Management

Fuel Delivery:

Direct high-pressure fuel injection with Active Fuel Management

Horsepower (hp / kW @ rpm):

310 / 231 @ 5600 (GM est.)

Torque (lb-ft / Nm @ rpm):

420 / 569 @ 3000 (GM est.)

Type:

5.3L V-8 VVT DI with Dynamic Fuel Management

Bore & Stroke (in / mm):

3.78 x 3.62 / 96 x 92

Block Material:

Cast aluminum

Cylinder Head Material:

Cast aluminum

Valvetrain:

Overhead valve, two valves per cylinder, variable valve timing

Fuel Delivery:

Direct high-pressure fuel injection with Dynamic Fuel Management

Horsepower (hp / kW @ rpm):

355 / 265 @ 5600 (SAE certified)

Torque (lb-ft / Nm @ rpm):

383 / 519 @ 4100 (SAE certified)

Type:

6.2L V-8 VVT DI with Dynamic Fuel Management

Bore & Stroke (in / mm):

4.06 x 3.62 / 103.25 x 92

Block material:

Cast aluminum

Cylinder Head Material:

Cast aluminum

Valvetrain:

Overhead valve, two valves per cylinder, variable valve timing

Fuel Delivery:

Direct high-pressure fuel injection with Dynamic Fuel Management

Horsepower (hp / kW @ rpm):

420 / 313 @ 5600 (SAE certified)

Torque (lb-ft / Nm @ rpm):

460 / 623 @ 4100 (SAE certified)

Type:

3.0L DOHC I-6 Turbo-Diesel

Bore & Stroke (in / mm):

3.30 x 3.54 / 84 x 90

Block material:

Cast aluminum

Cylinder Head Material:

Cast aluminum

Valvetrain:

Dual-overhead camshafts, four-valves per cylinder

Fuel Delivery:

High-pressure, common-rail direct injection (36,250 psi / 2500 bar); electronic throttle valve

Horsepower (hp / kW @ rpm):

277 / 207 @ 3750 (SAE certified)

Torque (lb-ft / Nm @ rpm):

460 / 623 @ 1500 (SAE certified)

TRANSMISSION & AXLE

Type:

Hydra-Matic 8-speed automatic (2.7L)
Hydra-Matic 10-speed automatic (5.3L, 6.2L, 3.0L)

Gear Ratios (:1):

8L90 8-speed

10L80 10-speed

     First

4.56

4.70

     Second

2.97

2.99

     Third

2.08

2.15

     Fourth

1.69

1.77

     Fifth

1.27

1.52

     Sixth

1.00

1.28

     Seventh

0.85

1.00

     Eighth

0.65

0.85

     Ninth

0.69

     Tenth

0.64

      Reverse

3.82

4.87

Axle Ratio:

3.23 (5.3L, 6.2L and 3.0L)
3.42 (2.7L, 5.3L w/ NHT, 6.2L w/ NHT)
3.73 (3.0L w/ NHT)

CHASSIS & SUSPENSION

Front Suspension:

Independent coil-over-shock with twin-tube shock absorbers; Rancho shocks with X31 pkg. Two-speed transfer case or AutoTrac automatic transfer case with 4WD, depending on the model. Multimatic DSSV dampers and specific springs on AT4X

Rear Suspension:

Solid axle with semi-elliptic, variable-rate, two-stage multileaf springs, splayed twin-tube shock absorbers; Rancho shocks with X31 pkg. Two-speed transfer case or AutoTrac automatic transfer case with 4WD, depending on the model. Multimatic DSSV dampers and specific springs on AT4X

Steering Type:

Electric power-assisted rack-and-pinion

Brake Type:

Four-wheel disc with electro-hydraulic power assist and ABS; vented front and rear DuralifeTM rotors

Brake Rotor Size
(in. / mm):

13 x 1.18 / 330 x 30 (front)
13.6 x 0.79 / 345 x 20 (rear)

Wheel Size:

17-in. x 8-in. steel (std.)
17-in. x 8-in. aluminum (avail.)
18-in. x 8.5-in. aluminum (avail.)
18-in. x 8.5-in. aluminum (std. AT4X)
20-in. x 9-in. aluminum (avail.)
22-in. x 9-in. aluminum (std. on Denali Ultimate; avail. on Denali)

Tire Size:

P255/70R17 all-season
LT265/70R17 all-terrain
P265/65R18 all-season or all-terrain
LT265/70R18 Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac Mud-Terrain
LT275/65R18 Goodyear Wrangler Territory
LT265/60R20 Goodyear Wrangler Territory
P275/60R20 all-season or all-terrain
P275/50R22 all-season

EXTERIOR DIMENSIONS

  REGULAR CAB DOUBLE CAB CREW CAB
Wheelbase
(in. / mm):

126.5 / 3213 (standard box)
139.6 / 3545       (long box)

147.4 / 3745           

147.4 / 3745 (short box)
147.5 / 3747
(AT4 & AT4X short box)
157 / 3987
(standard box)
157.1 / 3989
(AT4 standard box)

Overall Length
(in. / mm):

211.0 / 5359 (standard box)
229.7 / 5835       (long box)

231.9 / 5891           

231.9 / 5891 (short box)
241.5 / 6133 (standard box)
232.9 / 5916 (AT4 & AT4X short box)
242.4 / 6158 (AT4 standard box)

Overall Width
(in. / mm):

81.1 / 2061
(without mirrors)
97.6 / 2478
(with mirrors)

81.1 / 2063
(without mirrors)
97.6 / 2478
(with mirrors)

81.2 / 2063
(without mirrors)
97.6 / 2478
(with mirrors)

Overall Height
(in. / mm):

75.7 / 1923
(2WD standard box)
75.9 / 1927
(4WD standard box)
75.6 / 1920
(2WD long box)
75.6 / 1921
(4WD long box)

75.6 / 1921 (2WD)
75.6 / 1921 (4WD)

75.5 / 1917
(2WD short box)
75.5 / 1918
(4WD short box)
78.4 / 1990
(AT4 & AT4X short box)
75.4 / 1914
(2WD standard box)
75.4 / 1915
(4WD standard box)
78.2 / 1987
(AT4 standard box)

Ground Clearance
(in. / mm):

7.9 / 200
(2WD standard box)
8.3 / 210
(4WD standard box)
7.9 / 201
(2WD long box)
8.1 / 206
(4WD long box)

7.9 / 200 (2WD)
8.1 / 205 (4WD)

7.9 / 200
(2WD short box)
8.1 / 205
(4WD short box)
7.8 / 197
(2WD standard box)
8.0 / 202
(4WD standard box)
10.9 / 276
(AT4 & AT4X short box)
10.7 / 272
(AT4 standard box)

Approach Angle (deg.)

18.3
(2WD standard box)
19.3
(4WD standard box)
18.6 (2WD long box)
19.1 (4WD long box)

18.6 (2WD)
19.2 (4WD)

18.7
(2WD short box)
19.3
(4WD short box)
18.4
(2WD standard box)
19.0
(4WD standard box)
25.5
(AT4 & AT4X short box)
25.4
(AT4 standard box)

Departure Angle (deg.)

24.9
(2WD standard box)
24.5
(4WD standard box)
21.9 (2WD long box)
21.4 (4WD long box)

24.1 (2WD)
23.9 (4WD)

23.7
(2WD short box)
23.5
(4WD short box)
23.8
(2WD standard box)
23.6
(4WD standard box)
23.0
(AT4 & AT4X short box)
25.9
(AT4 standard box)

Breakover Angle (deg.)

22.9
(2WD standard box)
22.5
(4WD standard box)
20.7 (2WD long box)
20.6 (4WD long box)

19.3 (2WD)
19.4 (4WD)

19.2
(2WD short box)
19.3
(4WD short box)
17.9
(2WD standard box)
18.0
(4WD standard box)
20.9
(AT4 short box)
22.7
(AT4X short box)
19.5
(AT4 standard box)

 
INTERIOR DIMENSIONS

  REGULAR CAB DOUBLE CAB CREW CAB
Headroom
(in. / mm):

43.1 / 1095

43 / 1093 (front)
39.9 / 1013 (rear)

43 / 1093 (front)
40.1 / 1019 (rear)

Legroom
(in. / mm):

44.5 / 1131

44.5 / 1131 (front)
35.2 / 895 (rear)

44.5 / 1131 (front)
43.4 / 1102 (rear)

Shoulder Room
(in. / mm):

66.0 / 1677

66 / 1677 (front)
64.9 / 1648 (rear)

66 / 1677 (front)
65.2 / 1655 (rear)
64.5 / 1639 (front w/ front console)
64.0 / 1626 (rear w/ front console)

Hip Room
(in. / mm):

60.9 / 1547

61.2 / 1554 (front)
60.2 / 1530 (rear)

61.2 / 1554 (front)
60.2 / 1530 (rear)
60.8 / 1544 (front w/ front console)
59.3 / 1505 (rear w/ front console)

CURB WEIGHT, GVWR & PAYLOAD

  REGULAR CAB DOUBLE CAB CREW CAB
Base Curb Weight
(lb. / kg):

4430 / 2009
(2WD standard box)
4650 / 2109
(4WD standard box)
4530 / 2054
(2WD long box)
4760 / 2159
(4WD long box)

4730 / 2145
(2WD standard box)
5060 / 2295 (2WD standard box w/ NHT)
4960 / 2250
(4WD standard box)
5280 / 2395 (4WD standard box w/ NHT)

4750 / 2155 (2WD short box)
5070 / 2300 (2WD short box w/ NHT)
4980 / 2259 (4WD short box)
5240 / 2377 (4WD short box w/ NHT)
5530 / 2508 (AT4 short box)
5640 / 2258
(AT4X short box)
5020 / 2277 (4WD standard box)
5280 / 2395 (4WD standard box w/ NHT)
5580 / 2531 (AT4 std. box)

Max GVWR1 (lb. / kg):

6700 / 3039
(2WD standard box)
6800 / 3084
(4WD standard box)
6800 / 3084
(2WD long box)
6900 / 3130
(4WD long box)

6800 / 3084
(2WD standard box)
7100 / 3220 (2WD standard box w/ NHT)
7000 / 3175
(4WD standard box)
7300 / 3311 (4WD standard box w/ NHT)

6800 / 3084 (2WD short box)
7100 / 3221 (2WD short box w/ NHT)
7000 / 3175 (4WD short box)
7300 / 3311 (4WD short box w/ NHT)
7000 / 3175 (AT4 short box)
7100 / 3221 
(AT4X short box)          
7000 / 3175 (4WD standard box)
7300 / 3311 (4WD standard box w/ NHT)
7000 / 3175 (AT4 standard box)

Max Payload2 (lb. / kg):

2240 / 1016
(2WD standard box)
2120 / 962
(4WD standard box)
2230 / 1012
(2WD long box)
2100 / 953
(4WD long box)

2030 / 921
(2WD standard box)
2010 / 911 (2WD standard box w/ NHT)
2010 / 911
(4WD standard box)
1990 / 902 (4WD standard box w/ NHT)

2020 / 916 (2WD short box)
1990 / 903 (2WD short box w/ NHT)
2010 / 912
(4WD short box)
2030 / 921 (4WD short box w/ NHT)
1440 / 653 (AT4 short box)
1420 / 644
(AT4X short box)
1940 / 880 (4WD standard box)
1980 / 898 (4WD standard box w/ NHT)
1390 / 630 (AT4 std. box)

1When properly equipped; includes weight of vehicle, passengers, cargo and equipment.
2For comparison purposes only. See the owner’s manual and the label on the vehicle door jamb for the carrying capacity of a specific vehicle.

TRAILERING

  REGULAR CAB DOUBLE CAB CREW CAB
2.7L (lb. / kg)1:

9000 / 4082
(2WD standard box)
8800 / 3991
(4WD standard box)
9400 / 4263
(2WD long box)
9100 / 4127
(4WD long box)

9100 / 4173
(2WD standard box)
8900 / 4037
(4WD standard box)

9000 / 4082 (2WD short box)
8800 / 3992 (4WD short box)
8800 / 3992 (4WD standard box)

5.3L (lb. / kg)1:

8800 / 3991
(2WD standard box)
8500 / 3855
(4WD standard box)
9800 / 4445
(2WD long box)
9500 / 4309
(4WD long box)

9400 / 4264
(2WD standard box)
11200 / 5080 (2WD standard box w/ NHT)
9200 / 4173
(4WD standard box)
10900 / 4944 (4WD standard box w/ NHT)

9300 / 4218 (2WD short box)
11100 / 5035 (2WD short box w/ NHT)
9200 / 4173 (4WD short box)
10800 / 4899 (4WD short box w/ NHT)
8900 / 4037 (AT4 short box)
9100 / 4127 (4WD standard box)
10800 / 4899 (4WD standard box w/ NHT)

6.2L (lb. / kg)1:

N/A

N/A

8900 / 4037 (4WD short box)
13000 / 5897 (4WD short box w/ NHT)
9000 / 4082 (AT4 short box)
8900 / 4037
(AT4X short box)
8900 / 4037 (4WD standard box)
13000 / 5897 (4WD standard box w/ NHT)
8900 / 4036 (AT4 standard box)

3.0L diesel    (lb. / kg)1:

N/A

9300 / 4218
(2WD standard box)
13200 / 5988 (2WD standard box w/ NHT)
9000 / 4082
(4WD standard box)
13000 / 5897 (4WD standard box w/ NHT)

9100 / 4128 (2WD short box)
13100 / 5942
(2WD short box w/ NHT)
8800 / 3992 (4WD short box)
12900 / 5851 (4WD short box w/ NHT)
8800 / 3992 (AT4 short box)
8800 / 3991 (4WD standard box)
12800 / 5806 (4WD standard box w/ NHT)
8800 / 3992 (AT4 standard box)

1Before you buy a vehicle or use it for trailering, carefully review the Trailering section of the Owner’s Manual. The weight of passengers, cargo and options or accessories may reduce the amount you can tow.

GMC Teams up with Marcus Graham Project to Create Pathways for the Next Generation of Diverse Leaders in Media and Marketing

GMC Teams up with Marcus Graham Project to Create Pathways for the Next Generation of Diverse Leaders in Media and Marketing

GMC is investing in the exposure, training and mentorship of emerging leaders to bring more diverse voices to marketing, media and advertising

2021-09-27

DALLAS, Texas — Today, GMC and  General Motors, are announcing the launch of a multi-year collaboration with the Marcus Graham Project (MGP), a nonprofit organization founded to help aspiring BIPOC leaders find careers in the marketing, media and advertising industry by investing in exposure, training and mentorship. The collaboration is the first contractual multi-year commitment for MGP – coming on the heels of the expanded commitment made by General Motors to increase its investment in the ecosystem of racially diverse media, which is inclusive of the talent pipeline.

At the current rate of hiring, retention and promotion, the advertising, media and marketing industries will not reflect the rich racial diversity currently found in the U.S. until the year 20791. Additionally, in 2019, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics surveyed advertising and promotion managers in the United States and found that less than one percent (0.7 percent) were Black2. With this in mind, initiatives such as those led by nonprofit organizations like the Marcus Graham Project, in working with General Motors, this is critical to creating opportunities and pathways to develop the next generation of BIPOC leaders. To support the Marcus Graham Project in investing in programs that enact change and foster greater equality, GMC and General Motors will be sponsoring the organization’s annual iCR8™ Boot Camp for three years beginning in 2022 – the organization’s 15-year anniversary.  The Boot Camp provides diverse aspirants in the fields of marketing and media with relevant, real-world exposure and experience to solidify meaningful careers within the industry.

“General Motors is proud to work with an impactful organization such as the Marcus Graham Project to help create opportunities and pathways for diverse talent in media and marketing, especially those in their early careers,” said Tarshena Armstrong, GM director of diversity marketing and development. “GM and its global brands are continuously reaching and engaging with increasingly diverse audiences, which is why it’s crucial that our teams are reflective of the customers and communities we serve,” she stated.

Duncan Aldred, global vice president of Buick & GMC, noted, “We’re thrilled to kick off this collaboration on the 15th-year anniversary of the organization and look forward to working together to promote and advance their mission of bringing more diverse voices to the media and marketing industries. Dynamic and diverse talent drives innovation at GMC and we are committed to creating inclusive spaces that set our teams up for successful careers.”

The iCR8™ Boot Camp sponsored by GMC will give emerging marketers the opportunity to contribute to some of the brand’s marketing initiatives.  Participants will be tasked with creating a marketing campaign for one of the GMC nameplates, and through this assignment, they will be exposed to the campaign development process, have the opportunity to meet one-on-one with GM and GMC marketing stakeholders to learn about amplification strategies, and see the end-to-end rollout of a core pillar program. The Boot Camp team will function as a pop-up agency and will also provide consulting services for other brands, minority-owned small businesses, or nonprofits as well as for GMC, a premier automotive brand. 

“When GMC approached us offering their support of the program ahead of our 15 year anniversary, it felt like a perfect marriage from the beginning, due to the true interest in the brand’s commitment to building a pipeline of diverse marketing professionals,” said Lincoln Stephens, co-founder and chairman of the Marcus Graham Project.  “It is also serendipitous given that General Motors was my client when the Marcus Graham Project was conceptualized and founded in 2007.”

Interested applicants should visit the Marcus Graham Project website for more information about this spring’s iCR8™ Boot Camp sponsored by GMC and how to apply. Applications will be accepted until Nov. 5, 2021 and the 11-week Boot Camp is slated to begin on Martin Luther King Jr. Weekend in Dallas. 

This is the first corporate relationship in MGP’s upcoming call to action to support MGP’s 15 for 15 capital/capacity-building campaign for the expansion of the Marcus Graham Project’s programs across North America.

About Marcus Graham Project

For nearly 15 years ago, Marcus Graham Project (MGP) is a national organization focused on developing the next generation of diverse leaders in the advertising, media, and marketing industries through training, mentorship, and professional development opportunities to ensure the industry is more inclusive to better reflect the diverse world we live in.

About

GMC With a strong foundation of manufacturing trucks since 1902 and now selling in a dozen countries across the world, GMC offers purpose-built vehicles designed and engineered to the highest standard. From the all-new compact SUV Terrain to the Sierra HD, our trucks and crossovers deliver GMC’s signature combination of intuitive technologies and premium execution, with the popular Denali sub-brand representing the pinnacle of GMC design, performance and amenities. Details on all GMC models are available at www.gmc.com, on Twitter at @GMC or at www.facebook.com/gmc.

General Motors (NYSE:GM) is a global company focused on advancing an all-electric future that is inclusive and accessible to all. At the heart of this strategy is the Ultium battery platform, which will power everything from mass-market to high-performance vehicles. General Motors, its subsidiaries and its joint venture entities sell vehicles under the Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, Cadillac, Baojun and Wuling brands. More information on the company and its subsidiaries, including OnStar, a global leader in vehicle safety and security services, can be found at https://www.gm.com.

1 Leo Burnett No2.66 Study

2 NBC / U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistic Data

GMC Canyon AT4 OVRLANDX Off-Road Concept Unveiled

GMC Canyon AT4 OVRLANDX Off-Road Concept Unveiled

Capable and impressive styling showcases brand’s off-road performance vision

2021-08-27

LOVELAND, Colo. – GMC revealed its Canyon AT4 OVRLANDX concept truck today at Overland Expo Mountain West 2021, exploring GMC’s vision for its growing lineup of premium yet capable trucks and SUVs. 

Building on the capability of Canyon AT4, the concept further elevates Canyon’s off-road credibility by showing how it could be customized for an overlanding enthusiast.

“We wanted to showcase GMC Canyon with this concept and punctuate GMC’s commitment to premium, off-road capable vehicles. Consumer reaction to this concept’s design will help us further serve the growing market of buyers leading authentic outdoor lifestyles,” said Buick and GMC Global Vice President Duncan Aldred.

With the impressive styling and premium appointments GMC customers expect, the Canyon AT4 OVRLANDX concept truck was designed for overlanding enthusiasts, with capability features that include:

  • Factory-lifted, wide off-road chassis with enhanced underbody coverage
  • Off-road rocker panel protectors
  • Cast-iron control arms
  • Heavy-duty front bumper with winch
  • Integrated front recovery points
  • Front and rear electronic locking differentials
  • Wheel flares with integrated task lamps
  • Multimatic DSSVTM dampers
  • Spare tire swivel mount so a spare tire can be kept on the back of the truck and swivel out of the way of the tailgate when bed access is needed
  • Guy lines for protecting the windshield from low-hanging branches

Power to explore rugged terrain is provided by GMC’s 3.6L V-6 engine mated with an eight-speed automatic transmission.

The concept truck could confidently handle a variety of obstacles encountered far from civilization with a 27.7-degree approach angle and a ground clearance of 10.0 inches, boosted by 33-inch BFGoodrich KM3 Mud-Terrain tires on 17-inch AEV Crestone wheels. The vehicle could engage in water fording up to 32.1 inches, and its custom-tailored snorkel could allow for filtered and cooler air intake.

Additional features that could help drivers venture off the beaten path include:

  • AEV rear off-road bumper
  • Stainless steel truck bed cap
  • Roof-mounted tent
  • 270-degree awning
  • Jerry cans for gasoline and water
  • Traction boards
  • Off-road jack and mount
  • Cooler and kitchenette
  • Truck bed storage with drawer system
  • Solar panel

All concept features are integrated with GMC’s premium design cues, resulting in a rugged-yet-premium appearance. Unique grille and headlamp finishes, distinct AT4 badges, and an exclusive leather-wrapped interior create a sense of confident capability that doesn’t compromise style or comfort.

“The Canyon AT4 OVRLANDX concept truck was designed to balance functionality with aesthetics. When you’re overlanding, capability is an important factor, but doing it with premium style and comfort elevates the experience even further for customers who truly want zero compromises,” said John Owens, lead creative designer for the concept truck.

GMC first introduced AT4 in its Sierra light-duty pickup truck in 2019, positioned as a unique persona meant to offer bold capability while maintaining the innovative technology and premium appointments associated with the brand. It has since expanded across the entire GMC lineup and continues to gain popularity, with over 30 percent of Canyon buyers choosing AT4 this year1.

Canyon is also attracting new customers to the brand with more than half of its buyers in 2021 being new to GMC2. The Canyon AT4 OVRLANDX is the perfect concept vehicle to show how GMC envisions the future of Canyon and how the brand is looking ahead to serve its growing customer base of off-roading and overlanding enthusiasts.

About GMC
With a strong foundation of manufacturing trucks since 1902 and now selling in a dozen countries across the world, GMC offers purpose-built vehicles designed and engineered to the highest standard. From the all-new compact SUV Terrain to the Sierra HD, our trucks and crossovers deliver GMC’s signature combination of intuitive technologies and premium execution, with the popular Denali representing the pinnacle of GMC design, performance and amenities. Details on all GMC models are available at www.gmc.com, on Twitter at @GMC or at www.facebook.com/gmc.

1Current year-to-date as of July 2021.
2Current year-to-date as of July 2021.

GMC Canyon AT4 Concept Unveiled

GMC Canyon AT4 Concept Unveiled

Capable and impressive styling showcases brand’s off-road performance vision

2021-08-27

LOVELAND, Colo. – GMC revealed its Canyon AT4 Concept truck today at Overland Expo Mountain West 2021, exploring GMC’s vision for its growing lineup of premium yet capable trucks and SUVs. 

Building on the capability of Canyon AT4, the concept further elevates Canyon’s off-road credibility by showing how it could be customized for an overlanding enthusiast.

“We wanted to showcase GMC Canyon with this concept and punctuate GMC’s commitment to premium, off-road capable vehicles. Consumer reaction to this concept’s design will help us further serve the growing market of buyers leading authentic outdoor lifestyles,” said Buick and GMC Global Vice President Duncan Aldred.

With the impressive styling and premium appointments GMC customers expect, the Canyon AT4 Concept truck was designed for overlanding enthusiasts, with capability features that include:

  • Factory-lifted, wide off-road chassis with enhanced underbody coverage
  • Off-road rocker panel protectors
  • Cast-iron control arms
  • Heavy-duty front bumper with winch
  • Integrated front recovery points
  • Front and rear electronic locking differentials
  • Wheel flares with integrated task lamps
  • Multimatic DSSVTM dampers
  • Spare tire swivel mount so a spare tire can be kept on the back of the truck and swivel out of the way of the tailgate when bed access is needed
  • Guy lines for protecting the windshield from low-hanging branches

Power to explore rugged terrain is provided by GMC’s 3.6L V-6 engine mated with an eight-speed automatic transmission.

The concept truck could confidently handle a variety of obstacles encountered far from civilization with a 27.7-degree approach angle and a ground clearance of 10.0 inches, boosted by 33-inch BFGoodrich KM3 Mud-Terrain tires on 17-inch AEV Crestone wheels. The vehicle could engage in water fording up to 32.1 inches, and its custom-tailored snorkel could allow for filtered and cooler air intake.

Additional features that could help drivers venture off the beaten path include:

  • AEV rear off-road bumper
  • Stainless steel truck bed cap
  • Roof-mounted tent
  • 270-degree awning
  • Jerry cans for gasoline and water
  • Traction boards
  • Off-road jack and mount
  • Cooler and kitchenette
  • Truck bed storage with drawer system
  • Solar panel

All concept features are integrated with GMC’s premium design cues, resulting in a rugged-yet-premium appearance. Unique grille and headlamp finishes, distinct AT4 badges, and an exclusive leather-wrapped interior create a sense of confident capability that doesn’t compromise style or comfort.

“The Canyon AT4 Concept truck was designed to balance functionality with aesthetics. When you’re overlanding, capability is an important factor, but doing it with premium style and comfort elevates the experience even further for customers who truly want zero compromises,” said John Owens, lead creative designer for the concept truck.

GMC first introduced AT4 in its Sierra light-duty pickup truck in 2019, positioned as a unique persona meant to offer bold capability while maintaining the innovative technology and premium appointments associated with the brand. It has since expanded across the entire GMC lineup and continues to gain popularity, with over 30 percent of Canyon buyers choosing AT4 this year1.

Canyon is also attracting new customers to the brand with more than half of its buyers in 2021 being new to GMC2. The Canyon AT4 Concept is the perfect concept vehicle to show how GMC envisions the future of Canyon and how the brand is looking ahead to serve its growing customer base of off-roading and overlanding enthusiasts.

About GMC
With a strong foundation of manufacturing trucks since 1902 and now selling in a dozen countries across the world, GMC offers purpose-built vehicles designed and engineered to the highest standard. From the all-new compact SUV Terrain to the Sierra HD, our trucks and crossovers deliver GMC’s signature combination of intuitive technologies and premium execution, with the popular Denali representing the pinnacle of GMC design, performance and amenities. Details on all GMC models are available at www.gmc.com, on Twitter at @GMC or at www.facebook.com/gmc.

1Current year-to-date as of July 2021.
2Current year-to-date as of July 2021.

(VIDEO) New 2022 GMC Sierra Goes Hands-Free with Super Cruise

(VIDEO) New 2022 GMC Sierra Goes Hands-Free with Super Cruise

2021-07-23

DETROIT – The new 2022 GMC Sierra 1500 arrives this fall, featuring significant updates to design, capability and technology – including the latest version of Super Cruise1 available on the Sierra Denali. 

Super Cruise introduces on the Sierra the capability to trailer while driving hands-free on compatible roads, along with the new automatic lane change feature.

Super Cruise, the industry’s first true hands-free driver-assistance system, utilizes a driver attention system and precision LiDAR generated map data in addition to real-time cameras, sensors and GPS. The driver attention system uses a small camera located on the top of the steering column and works with infrared lights to determine where the driver is looking whenever Super Cruise is in operation. If the driver attention system detects the driver has turned their gaze away from the road ahead for too long, the steering wheel light bar will prompt the driver to return their attention to the road.

About GMC
With a strong foundation of manufacturing trucks since 1902 and now selling in a dozen countries across the world, GMC offers purpose-built vehicles designed and engineered to the highest standard. From the all-new compact SUV Terrain to the Sierra HD, our trucks and crossovers deliver GMC’s signature combination of intuitive technologies and premium execution, with the popular Denali representing the pinnacle of GMC design, performance and amenities. Details on all GMC models are available at www.gmc.com, on Twitter at @GMC or at www.facebook.com/gmc.

1Even while using the Super Cruise driver-assistance technology for compatible roads, always pay attention while driving and do not use a hand-held device. Requires properly equipped vehicle, active Super Cruise subscription, working electrical system, cell reception, and GPS signal.

[VIDEO] GMC HUMMER EV Pickup Celebrates Independence Day with ‘Watts to Freedom’

[VIDEO] GMC HUMMER EV Pickup Celebrates Independence Day with ‘Watts to Freedom’

The world’s-first all-electric supertruck celebrates the Fourth of July by showcasing its launch control mode’s revolutionary performance

2021-07-01

DETROIT – The 2022 GMC HUMMER EV combines American ingenuity with revolutionary performance that puts drivers in the middle of every moment. The ultimate expression of that performance will be offered in HUMMER EV’s own launch control mode, known as Watts to Freedom1. This driver-selectable feature channels the propulsion system’s tremendous power into acceleration bursts — including reaching 0-60 mph in approximately 3 seconds2.

“Watts to Freedom unlocks the full potential of the propulsion system and puts all of its available power to the pavement,” said Al Oppenheiser, HUMMER EV chief engineer. “It’s an all-encompassing experience unlike anything else — purpose-built for straight-line fun.” 

Three electric motors within the Ultium Drive system are expected to offer a GM-estimated up to 1,000 horsepower and, when multiplied through the front- and rear-drive unit gear ratios, offer up to 11,500 lb-ft of torque to the wheels2. The HUMMER EV’s extraordinary capabilities will blend with engaging user-experience technologies, creating a sense of intensity and drama for drivers and passengers.

As the vehicle readies itself for Watts to Freedom, a series of interior experiences convey the feeling of a “pre-launch countdown,” including interactive controls, unique sounds through the Bose speakers and engaging screen animations. The vehicle also activates the Adaptive Air Suspension and lowers 2 inches to prepare for the launch, providing a lower center of gravity.

“It’s an amazing demonstration of just how fast 1,000 horsepower and 11,500 lb-ft of electric propulsion can move you,” said Oppenheiser. “It’ll put a smile on your face every single time.”

American ingenuity is combined with American manufacturing3 as the HUMMER EV will be the first all-electric vehicle in GMC’s portfolio powered by General Motors’ new Ultium battery system. The battery cells will be produced as part of a joint venture with LG Energy Solution, at a new facility in Lordstown, Ohio.

Initial production of the HUMMER EV begins in fall 2021, at GM’s Factory ZERO, Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly Center3 — a nearly 40-year-old facility repurposed and retooled with a $2.2-billion investment devoted to electric vehicle production. Future production vehicles out of the factory will offer zero emissions.

Performance targets, estimates and capability specifications based on computer-aided analysis and simulation using virtual engineering tools. Estimates may vary depending on model and trim. Additional model and trim details can be found at GMC.com. Actual production model and results may vary.

More information and reservation details are available at www.gmc.com/HummerEV

1Read the vehicle’s Owner’s Manual for more important safety limitations and information.
2GM Estimate.
3GMC HUMMER EV (Pickup) will be assembled in Detroit, Michigan of globally sourced parts.

Zero Emissions, Zero Limits: GMC HUMMER EV Levels Up in Off-road Testing on Legendary Moab Trails

Zero Emissions, Zero Limits: GMC HUMMER EV Levels Up in Off-road Testing on Legendary Moab Trails

2021-05-12

MOAB, Utah – The quiet revolution continues as the GMC HUMMER EV Pickup goes through its rigorous off-road testing in the lead-up to its production debut this fall. Watch as the GMC HUMMER EV team puts the world’s first all-electric supertruck through its paces on challenging trails near Moab, Utah, proving its off-road capability.

Traversing legendary trails across Moab, the team’s testing and calibration included Adaptive Air Suspension hardware, Extract Mode1, Terrain Mode, One-Pedal Driving2 control, e4WD and torque distribution, eLockers, stability control, rear steering, CrabWalk3 and more.

Available Terrain Mode, part of the GMC HUMMER EV’s Drive Mode Control, will offer two braking calibrations, with a mild braking option for two-foot driving and a purpose-designed One-Pedal Driving2 control in low-speed off-road driving. As pioneered by General Motors for other electric vehicles, One-Pedal Driving enables the driver to accelerate and decelerate using only the accelerator pedal. With Terrain Mode, that same One-Pedal Driving control is adapted with unique calibrations for speed-limited off-road driving, helping the driver to negotiate steep grades, rock crawling and other challenging terrain without having to toggle between the accelerator and brake pedal.

“One-Pedal Driving offers a great feeling of control by optimizing the regenerative braking, friction braking and drive motor torque all through the accelerator pedal,” said Aaron Pfau, GMC HUMMER EV lead development engineer. “Drivers will quickly realize the benefits once they try it off-road.”

When the road gets tough, the upcoming available Extract Mode1 feature enables the Adaptive Air Suspension height to be raised approximately 6 inches in order to help the GMC HUMMER EV negotiate extreme off-road situations, such as clearing large boulders and fording deeper water.

“The GMC HUMMER EV was a blank slate that was filled out by a dedicated team of engineers who are hardcore off-road enthusiasts,” said Pfau. “Features like One-Pedal Driving2, Terrain Mode and Extract Mode1 result in an absolute off-road beast that will take you to new places.”

2022 HUMMER EV EDITION 1 PICKUP OFF-ROAD DRIVING SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Settings

Terrain Mode

Available Extract Mode

Wheelbase (in. / mm):

135.6 / 3445

135.6 / 3445

135.6 / 3445

Vehicle length (in. / mm):

216.8 / 5507

216.8 / 5507

216.8 / 5507

Width w/o mirrors (in. / mm):

86.7 / 2201

86.7 / 2201

86.7 / 2201

Width w/ mirrors (in. / mm):

93.7 / 2380

93.7 / 2380

93.7 / 2380

Max ground clearance (in. / mm):

10.1 / 257

11.9 / 302

15.9 / 404

Front overhang (in. / mm):

34.7 / 881

34.7 / 881

34.7 / 881

Rear overhang (in. / mm):

46.5 / 1181

46.5 / 1181

46.5 / 1181

Max approach angle (deg.):

41.5

44.3

49.7

Max departure angle (deg.):

31.6

33.7

38.4

Breakover angle (deg.):

22.3

25.4

32.2

Water fording depth (in. / mm):

26 / 660

28 / 711

32 / 813

Track width (in. / mm):

73.3 / 1863
(front and rear)

73.3 / 1863
(front and rear)

73.3 / 1863
(front and rear)

Turning circle – 2-wheel steering (ft. / m):

44.3 / 13.5

44.3 / 13.5

Turning circle – 4-wheel steering
(ft. / m):

37.1 / 11.3

37.1 / 11.3

Suspension travel (in. / mm):

13 / 330
(front and rear)

13 / 330
(front and rear)

Stay tuned for updates on the GMC HUMMER EV testing and development journey. More information and reservation details are available at www.gmc.com/HummerEV.

1Late availability. Model year 2022 Edition 1 Pickup models will require a no-charge software update. Standard on model-year 2023 Edition 1 Pickup models.
2Always use the brake pedal when you need to stop urgently.
3Limited to low speeds. Standard feature on Edition 1, EV3X and EV2X. Read the vehicle Owner’s Manual for important feature limitations and information.