Now that we've seen the brand-spankin'-new GMC's social media accounts, we'll see it on Thursday, March 1., it's time we turned our attention to its corporate twin, the GMC Sierra. Indeed, a fully redesigned Sierra is in the works, and according to
Of course, the shadowy teaser image seen here doesn't show much. As expected, the Sierra will have a different front fascia, with a reworked grille and GMC's now-signature C-shaped LED running lights. Slightly different taillights and unique wheel designs will further help differentiate it from its Chevy-badged twin.
The 2019 Sierra is expected to use the same trio of powertrains found in the new Silverado. That means there'll be V8s in 5.3- and 6.2-liter displacements, both featuring a new Dynamic Fuel Management cylinder deactivation system, allowing the truck to operate on as little as one cylinder depending on load demand. A totally new 3.0-liter I6 diesel with a 10-speed automatic transmission will be available, as well.
Expect the Sierra to be offered in the usual smattering of trims, with rugged All-Terrain and chrome-tastic Denali on the way as well. We'll have the whole smattering of preliminary details on March 1 following the truck's debut in GMC's Facebook Live page to watch the reveal for yourself on Thursday.. Already on the edge of your seat? Bookmark