We test the next-generation, hands-off driver aid on a 2022 GMC Sierra 1500 Denali while towing a big trailer.
This updated version of GM's groundbreaking, hands-off driving aid lives up to its promise and then some.
There will be fewer shifts, and even plants going idle amid too few chips.
This mysterious vehicle is in addition to the Hummer EV truck that's already been announced.
The inflators for the roof rail airbag system can rupture in the event of a crash.
It's not full-on wild like the Chevy Colorado ZR2, but the AT4 isn't far off.
It's long in the tooth, but the Canyon AT4 staves off irrelevance with a decent ride and solid off-road capability.
With the WTF drive mode engaged, this chonky truck can hit 60 mph in around 3 seconds.