In the same way that at the beginning of 2020 GMC revealed the image of the front of its then unknown Hummer EV pickup, today the manufacturer reveals for the first time the hypnotic face of its next Sierra Denali Electric.
The GMC Sierra Denali Electric breaks away from the image of its internal combustion engine namesake to reveal a front that features an imposing solid grille that serves as a front base for a sculpted hood and is surrounded by eye-catching L-shaped headlamps. topped by a massive red illuminated GMC badge with white outlines.
Apart from the images, there is not much that GMC revealed with the announcement. The manufacturer did not offer any technical details on this new electric vehicle, but everything that Chevrolet has promised for its next Silverado EV, such as its range of 400 miles per charge, the availability of a four-wheel steering system and a roof of Full panoramic glass should apply to the Denali Electric Saw as it is its mechanical twin.
Like the Hummer EV Pickup and SUV, both the Chevrolet Silverado EV and GMC Sierra Denali Electric will be built on General Motors’ Ultium electric vehicle architecture.
“The Sierra Denali represents tremendous value to GMC and our customers,” said Duncan Aldred, GMC vice president. “We now have the opportunity to evolve Sierra’s capabilities and technologies with the transition to all-electric propulsion, while elevating its luxurious design and comfort associated with Denali.”
Although the GMC Sierra Denali Electric will be revealed early next year, its maker did not say when it will hit the brand’s showrooms. However, what is certain is that when the first units of the GMC Sierra Denali Electric begin to roll off the assembly lines of General Motors’ Factory ZERO in Hamtramck, Michigan, they will reach a market unlike today. It will have several offers of electric pickups; the main one will be the Ford F-150 Lightning.