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GMC INTRODUCES THE NEW PEAK OF PREMIUM OFF-ROADING WITH SIERRA AT4X

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The spirit of adventure in premium comfort — that’s what drives GMC Sierra 1500 AT4 off-road truck.

But for the new 2022 GMC Sierra 1500 AT4 (available Spring 2022), GMC has gone even further to combine advanced off-road capability with first-class amenities and refinement.

Of course things didn’t stop there. The new 2022 model year introduces the First Ever Sierra 1500 AT4X: The New Peak of Premium Off-Roading. This new trim brings first-class luxury while elevating the rugged capability the AT4 brand is built on. It’s how GMC takes no-compromise off roading to the next level.

See how GMC is exploring new ways to push the boundaries of premium off-roading with the new Sierra AT4 and First Ever Sierra AT4X.

SIERRA AT4

The new 2022 Sierra AT4 has a go anywhere attitude that doesn’t sacrifice style and comfort.

On the outside, the new Sierra 1500 AT4 has a unique grille design, badging and new LED lighting with animated lighting sequences that activate when approaching, starting or walking away from the truck. This new look gives the pickup a wider stance and bolder appearance with headlamps integrated with the grille for a more intentional look.

The cabin has a new athletic-inspired interior completely unique to the AT4 trim. It includes perforated heated and ventilated front leather seating surfaces in Jet Black with Kalahari accents. These 10-way power front seats feature the distinctive AT4 logo embroidered into the head restraints. The inside also has dark-finish technical aluminum detailing and premium front and rear floor liners with removable carpet inserts.

The Bose® Premium Sound System with a Richbass subwoofer, meanwhile, offers clear, high-quality audio for your latest adventure.

Underneath this refinement is the purpose-built hardware engineered specifically to deliver rugged capability. The standard powertrain is GMC’s 3.0L Duramax® Turbo-Diesel I-6. This no-compromise powertrain offers a best-in-class 277 diesel hp and powerful 460 lb.-ft. of torque.

Other standard features for Sierra 1500 AT4 is a 2-speed AutoTrac transfer case with selectable drive modes and automatic locking rear differentials to deliver power to where it’s needed most in low traction situations. There’s also standard 18-inch Goodyear® Wrangler DuraTrac® MT tires, a 2-inch lift for added clearance for going off road, six-function MultiPro Tailgate and skid plating to help protect underbody components in rough terrain.

SIERRA AT4X

Blazing a new trail in first-class luxury — that’s the story behind the First Ever Sierra AT4X.

To start, the exterior differentiates itself with unique AT4X badging, unique 18-inch gloss black aluminum wheels and dark nickel finishes on the grille.

The inside ratchets up any adventure by going from premium to luxury. The Obsidian Rush interior features a premium microsuede headliner and best-in-class 16-way power front massaging seats wrapped in full grain leather with red and white double needle stitching, technical grained leather appointed accents and Vanta ash wood trim.

The audio experience has also been elevated to provide a more perfect way to hear the soundtrack for any outdoor adventure. The 12-speaker Bose Premium Series with CenterPoint includes AudioPilot Noise Compensation technology and Richbass subwoofer. And to enjoy audio outside of the cabin, the standard 6-function MultiPro Tailgate includes the MultiPro Audio System from KICKER®†.

Under the hood GMC equipped this pickup with a 6.2L V8 with 420 hp and 460 lb.-ft. of torque. The 2-speed transfer case, meanwhile, has selectable modes for multiple off-road scenarios. For example, Off-Road Mode helps give momentum in low tractions situations like gravel or mud. And Terrain Mode in 4-LO enables one-pedal driving for low-speed, off-road technical scenarios to help give greater control when taking on rugged environments.

The AT4X trim is also the only pickup in its class to have front and rear e-locking differentials, which will send power where you need it most in low traction scenarios like mud, gravel or sand. The lockers will also help give control when ascending or descending steep inclines.

Meanwhile, the new Multimatic DSSV shocks and dampers deliver premium performance, control and comfort even while going off road for extended periods. The Multimatic dampers feature three separate spool valves to control damping for an exceptional ride experience even during the longest of adventures in the harshest of environments. In addition, the Sierra AT4X’s off-road ride experience benefits from an increased suspension travel that helps dampen the effects of rough terrain.

But taking on the most punishing terrain means mitigating potential damage. That’s why the Sierra AT4X has underbody skid plates and a large steel transfer case skid plate to help protect underbody components. The available rock sliders will help shield the truck’s sills and frame rails.

With Sierra AT4X, GMC kept in mind how customers use trucks. This balanced execution delivers advanced off-road capability when called upon without compromising the on-road comfort, technology, towing and payload capability truck owners expect from a premium pickup.

BUILT FOR THE WEEKEND

When you want the going to get rough, the new 2022 GMC Sierra AT4 and Sierra AT4X do not forfeit style and sophistication for the rugged capability to take on mud, dirt, sand, rocks and more.

Learn more about these trims and more by visiting the 2022 GMC Sierra 1500 page.

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