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2019 GMC SIERRA 1500 6.2L V8 HiTech Truck FIRST LOOK Specs Features Price & Review GMC has fitted its new Sierra 1500 with a trick rear tailgate and carbon-fiber reinforced bed. General Motors is what you might call a “fast follower.” GMC has been content with hanging back, refining those innovations, and fitting them to its next-generation pickups. At least, that's what it has done until now. With the new 2019 GMC Sierra 1500, GM looks to take the lead with a new MultiPro tailgate that offers six different positions and a CarbonPro bed, the first time such a bed has been fitted to a pickup. For 2019, the Sierra 1500 joins its 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 sibling in getting a ground-up redesign. However, while the Silverado continues with a tried and true formula, the Sierra is given every trinket and toy General Motors had in its arsenal.The GMC also gets refined, evolutionary sheet metal, which isn't a bad choice considering the current Sierra is the best-looking truck on the market in this author's eyes. Under the Sierra's new, strongly sculpted hood sits your choice of three engines: the same 5.3- and 6.2-liter V-8 engines continue, now with start/stopand Dynamic Fuel Management, while a brand-new 3.0-liter inline-6 turbodiesel joins the lineup to give Sierra some efficient-minded torque. (Up to now, a gasoline-powered six-cylinder engine has not been confirmed by General Motors for either the Sierra or Silverado.)Dynamic Fuel Management is Sierra's big gasoline-engine breakthrough for 2019. In the past, V-8 engines in the Sierra have been able to shut off cylinders to run in a four-cylinder mode. The new system allows the engine to effectively run on just one cylinder,further boosting fuel economy in the process. Meanwhile, the diesel will likely be the efficiency king of all the engines available,though GM has not yet provided fuel economy estimates or output numbers for any of the new and refined engines. Both the larger 6.2-liter V-8 and 3.0-liter inline-6 turbodiesel are mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission developed in conjunction with Ford. It can be used as a normal tailgate,but also as tall desk for a laptop while out in the field, a step, a load-stop in two heights for longer cargo, and a notch-out gate so you can get closer to cargo deeper in the bed. Both the SLT and Denali come standard with GMC's new MultiPro tailgate. The bed itself is made of traditional stamped steel unless you opt for the Sierra Denali. With Sierra's top-level trim, the traditional box can be swapped out for GMC's new CarbonPro bed. Don't let the name fool you,however, as this is mainly a composite (read: plastic) bed with carbon fiber in unweaved form used as a reinforcing material. It's not one large piece, but rather four composite pieces—bottom, sides, and back—stuck together with a structural adhesive. Still, it lightens the bed while introducing strength and durability to the Sierra's back half. It also means you won't need to buy a drop-in or spray-in bedliner for the Sierra Denali if you opt for CarbonPro, though it's likely to be a pricey option. (GMC has not yet revealed pricing details for CarbonPro.) Another feature only found on Sierra Denali is GM's Adaptive Ride Control suspension system,which adjusts damping rates to better smooth out less than stellar pavement—a feature it needs as there's very little sidewall offered by the tires wrapped around its optional 22-inch wheels. GMC's new AT4 subbrand brings some off-road kit to the party,available on SLT and Denali grades. AT4 begins with a 2-inch factory suspension lift to give Sierra more ground clearance and wheel articulation,thanks to Rancho off-road shocks. 4WD with a two-speed transfer case, locking rear differential, skid plates, and Goodyear Wrangler A/T tires round out the off-road-ready hard parts. AT4 also gets a distinct look versus standard SLT and Denali grades,starting with exclusive 18-inch wheels with a machined face and dark-tinted appearance, black chrome up front to replace the traditional chrome of SLT and Denali models, and red vertical recovery hooks within the front bumper. Beyond looks and hard parts, AT4 also includes GMC's Traction Select System and Hill Descent Control to keep everything on path and out of the trees. Thanks for watching this video. Like, Share, Comment, Subscribe & Stay Connected for more latest updates. Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/HussainChaudaryYoutuber Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/youtuberhussainchaudary Related Searches: gmc silverado 2018 gmc silverado 2017 gmc silverado 2019 gmc silverado 2015 gmc silverado 2012 gmc silverado slt gmc silverado high country gmc silverado gmc silverado 2016 gmc silverado 2010 gmc sierra gmc sierra 2019 gmc sierra 2018 gmc sierra denali gmc sierra 2019 tailgate gmc sierra denali 2018 gmc sierra revlew 2019 gmc sierra price gmc sierra 3500 2019 gmc sierra features
NewCarNews.TV Video from the reveal new conference of the 2019 GMC Sierra models. Derek Patterson, a GMC Tailgate Engineer shows how this new tailgate works. From a Press release: GMC is taking its most popular pickup truck to the next level with the completely redesigned 2019 Sierra Denali and SLT. Distinguished by bold design and segment-leading technologies, the next generation Sierra Denali once again redefines the premium pickup, while advancing Denali’s legacy as the pinnacle of GMC design, capability and refinement. “GMC ignited the premium truck segment 17 years ago with the original launch of the Sierra Denali,” said Duncan Aldred, vice president of Global GMC. “The next generation 2019 Sierra Denali establishes a new benchmark in capability and refinement. It exemplifies precision in every detail.” Powerful proportions and distinctive Denali design help define the Sierra’s unmistakable exterior, while the driver-focused cabin strengthens the brand’s reputation for refinement with premium materials, improved interior space and innovative storage solutions. The 2019 Sierra Denali affirms its position as the most premium Sierra ever with segment-leading technologies and exclusive features, including: GMC Exclusive, Industry-first MultiPro Tailgate is the most innovative pickup tailgate ever, with six unique functions and positions offering enhanced second-tier loading and load-stop solutions, a standing workstation and easier access to items in the box. GMC Exclusive, Industry-first Carbon Fiber Pickup Box, the CarbonPro, was developed to increase durability, efficiency and functionality while offering best-in-class dent, scratch and corrosion resistance, making it the most durable pickup box in the segment. All-new ProGrade Trailering System with Trailering App offers a connected comprehensive suite of trailering technology that brings more confidence to the towing experience than ever before. Segment-first Multi-Color Head-Up Display projects key, customizable vehicle data on the windshield in a 3x7-inch display to help drivers keep their eyes on the road. Segment-first Rear Camera Mirror offers an optimized view via an available dual-function interior mirror that expands vision to overcome common visual obstructions like occupants or cargo. This next generation system features a higher resolution camera and display and the ability to tilt or zoom the view. The redesigned Sierra Denali offers a full suite of available advanced safety features, along with exclusive chassis technologies such as Adaptive Ride Control.
2019 GMC Sierra AT4 Release Date When GMC unveiled the 2019 Sierra 1500 pickup earlier this year, GM's upscale truck-and-SUV brand focused on materials, cabin tech and one seriously interesting tailgate. But what about fans of off-roading? GMC's got just the truck for you at the 2018 New York Auto Show. The 2019 GMC Sierra AT4 is a trim level built for venturing off paved roads. It packs a number of upgrades to that end, including a 2-inch suspension lift, off-road-tuned Rancho monotube shocks and a standard 4WD system with a two-speed transfer case, a locking rear differential and skid plates. Buyers can opt for 18-inch wheels shod in all-terrain tires or 20-inch wheels with similar tires, but if that isn't enough, mud-ready Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac tires are on offer, as well. And yes, GM's wild MultiPro recursive tailgate is also standard GM's 5.3-liter V8 is standard, but like other Sierra trims, a 6.2-liter V8 and a new 3.0-liter diesel I6 are both available. The 2019 GMC Sierra AT4 goes on sale in the fall, and pricing will be announced closer to that time. Keyword : truck, 2019, gmc, sierra, review, off-road, 2019 gmc sierra, at4, 2019 gmc sierra at4, interior, new york, auto show, 1500, 2019 gmc sierra 1500, features, new york auto show, gmc sierra at4, pickup, trailboss, silverado, debut, world, 2018, package, reveal, 2018 new york auto show, exterior, 4x4, 2019 gmc, 4wd, best offroad truck, alll new sierra at4, newyork, world premier, full presentation, all new at4, best, cars & technology, 0-60, luxury sedan Backsound credit by : http://www.bensound.com\
GMC is taking its most popular pickup truck to the next level with the completely redesigned 2019 GMC Sierra. The Sierra pickup is important to not only the brand but GM as well. The redesigned Sierra comes after Ram announced the all-new 2019 1500 and Ford introduced a refreshed F-150 for the 2018 model year. The 2019 GMC Sierra goes on sale later this year, so between now and then, we should receive official photos and information and of all the truck’s trims. The base Sierra starts at just under $30,000. Price for the 2019 model should increase slightly across the board. Help us to be better - Subscribe This Channel : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClRus4SiISVynp5CzSEuo8g?sub_confirmation=1 Follow Us On : Twitter : https://twitter.com/galleryautomob Google Plus : https://plus.google.com/117733683485372842454 Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/Gallery-Automobiles-994812730672912 . . . . . . Spied! New 2019 GMC Sierra 1500 Looking Quite Restrained by Gallery Automobiles #sukeche #trckin
2019 GMC Sierra Denali – Rival of Ford F-150 and Chevy Silverado
Hot News !!! 2019 GMC Sierra AT4 – Ford Raptor's Challenger spec & price - The 2018 GMC Terrain isn't as butch and right-angled as it used to be, but it's still every bit as upmarket.
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