There is no doubt that exaggeration The scene has exploded in the past few years, with major automakers finally emerging into the hype with special vehicles designed specifically to target off-road enthusiasts. And GMC is the latest to offer a special rundown of the current model with the Canyon AT4 Ovrlandx concept truck, which was unveiled today at Overland Expo Mountain West 2021 in Loveland, Colorado.
The Canyon AT4 It already has impressive 4×4 stats. The off-road-ready midsize pickup truck features 1-inch lift, skid plates, better break angles, an auto-locking rear differential, and hill descent control. GMC just hit them with a host of essential upgrades and accessories. Off-road performance improvements include sliders, cast iron control arms, a heavy-duty front bumper with winch, integrated recovery points, front and rear auto-lock ports, mud lights with integrated light, and a rear-mounted spare tire. NS AEV Off-Road BumperMultiple shock absorbers for improved handling on and off road.
Other improvements for off-road driving include a 27.7-degree approach angle and 10 inches of ground clearance, which is gained by adding 33 inches. BFGoodrich KM3 Mud-Terrain tires 17 inch AEV Crestone . wheels. A custom snorkel gives it better breathing by bringing cool, filtered air into the engine, while also allowing the truck to challenge water crossings up to 32.1 inches deep.
“We wanted to highlight GMC Canyon with this concept and underscore GMC’s commitment to premium vehicles capable of off-road driving,” said Duncan Aldred, global vice president for Buick and GMC. Consumer reaction to the design of this concept will help us deliver more Services to the growing market of buyers who lead authentic outdoor lifestyles.
It looks like GMC is just getting started with this slate of goodies by taking advantage of some of the best surface gear brands to cheat the whole truck. The stainless steel truck bed cover opens on each side to allow access to gear and gimmick RSI SmartCap مطبخ Kitchen– not to mention the ability to install a tent on the roof; A massive 270-degree solar panel and canopy for extensive protection from the elements.
Inside the back of the truck GMC added stylish Flat Drawer System To keep tools tidy, Dometic electric cooler, and other essentials like jars, traction plates, and a jack.
“The Canyon AT4 Ovrlandx concept truck is designed to balance functionality and aesthetics,” said John Owens, lead creative designer of the concept truck. “When you overdrive, ability is an important factor, but doing it with style and comfort elevates the experience even further for customers who really don’t want any compromise.”
We think GMC has created a great landing-capable device – based on a popular and already proven base vehicle – the only pain point is that this won’t be slated for production anytime soon.
Although it’s just a concept, it gives racers in the market for a new truck plenty of ideas for how to make their Canyon AT4 just that much more on the road.
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