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Preproduction models shown throughout. Actual production models may vary. Arriving late summer 2021. 

RUGGED CONFIDENCE, PREMIUM CAPABILITY: INTRODUCING THE FIRST EVER
2022 TERRAIN AT4 

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When trails call, you can answer with the First Ever 2022 Terrain AT4 — the small SUV big on capability.

With a bold look and more capability than ever before, this newest AT4 will be available Late Summer 2021 and is part of Terrain’s 2022 model year trim lineup of SLE, SLT and the distinctive Terrain Denali. It also completes the full family of GMC AT4 vehicles, which allow you to command the off-road landscape in premium surroundings.

RUGGED OUTSIDE, REFINED INSIDE

Even at first glance there’s no mistaking Terrain AT4 for anything but a muscular off-road SUV ready to be unleashed on the nearest trail.

Its newly designed front fascia with updated signature C-shaped LED lighting is accentuated with a more aggressive look and unique AT4 elements, such as a darkened grille, black chrome exterior accents, and AT4 badging displayed on the grille and sides. Adding to its rugged appearance and capability are the 17-inch Gloss-Black wheels with Goodyear® Sport Terrain tires.

Preproduction models shown throughout. Actual production models may vary. Arriving late summer 2021.

Within Terrain AT4 are premium surroundings tailored to bring out the spirit of adventure. The leather-wrapped steering wheel and Jet Black leather-appointed driver and front-passenger seats are heated. The seats also feature unique perforations and Mojave accent stitching. Double needle accent stitching is used for the seat back bolsters, and AT4 badging is embroidered in the head restraints. Dark-finished aluminum trim and patterned decor on the instrument panel add even more unique refinement to the interior.

Preproduction models shown throughout. Actual production models may vary. Arriving late summer 2021.

Adding to this style and comfort are highly functional features. The fold-flat front- and rear-passenger seats allow for ample space to carry cargo. This is especially useful for those long weekend getaways when you need room for camping gear or sports equipment.

In addition, the standard hands-free Programmable Power Liftgate with logo projection is convenient when loading and unloading items. The open position has three settings (max, ¾ and off) for situations where overhead space varies.

The liftgate can be opened multiple ways once Terrain AT4 is placed in Park. This includes using the remote key fob, the center of the switch used to adjust opening heights or the touch pad on the liftgate itself. The hands-free method of opening the liftgate is equally as simple. First, look for the GMC logo projected under the bumper once your key fob is about 6 feet from the vehicle. Then kick your foot over the logo. The liftgate will open once your foot is brought back.

CAPABILITY WITH CONFIDENCE

The duality of Terrain AT4’s capability is the combination of a refined ride experience with authentic off-road features.

Preproduction models shown throughout. Actual production models may vary. Arriving late summer 2021.

The standard Traction Select System will help give added confidence when driving in inclement weather or going off road. Drivers can switch between standard AWD, FWD and Off Road mode on the fly, allowing them to select a setting that best suits current road conditions. There is also an available Trailer/Tow mode.

And when driving on uneven surfaces or trails, the standard Hill Descent Control leverages anti-lock braking technology to help provide a smooth, controlled descent without the driver needing to repeatedly push the brake pedal.

These technologies are in addition to a front steel skid plate to help protect underbody components and the Goodyear® Sport Terrain tires. General Motors and Goodyear® worked collaboratively on developing a tire that is rugged in appearance while maintaining the best performance attributes of an all-season tire.

INSPIRED INNOVATION

The next-level technology of the Terrain AT4 brings about a whole new driving experience regardless of whether you’re down to get dirty on the trails.

The Head-Up Display allows drivers to view key vehicle information while keeping their eyes on the road. The vehicle information includes speed, performance, audio/phone and navigation when properly equipped.

The Terrain AT4 even allows you to take Alexa with you on the road with available Alexa Built-In for the GMC Infotainment System. Using Alexa in the Terrain AT4 is simple and hands-free – just ask, and Alexa will respond. You can ask Alexa to stream music, get directions, make calls and even manage your compatible smart home devices.

And eliminate the need to always carry a charging cord for compatible mobile devices with Terrain AT4’s wireless Apple Carplay®†  or Android Auto™†. This cable-free technology enables a seamless connection for compatible mobile devices, allowing drivers to access certain functions via the GMC Infotainment System’s touch screen.

FULL AT4 FAMILY

With a go-where-you-want attitude in premium comfort, GMC’s AT4 lineup now offers off-road ruggedness to each of its nameplates.

To learn more about 2022 Terrain AT4, visit the Terrain page.

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