From the outside, there's little in the way to distinguish a CarbonPro bed from a steel bed.

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Once you get a little closer though, things start to look different.

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The Sierra's CarbonPro bed is almost 60 pounds lighter than the standard steel bed.

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The reduced weight of the bed means that you can load more into it.

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The CarbonPro bed comes with the amazing GMC MultiPro tailgate.

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All CarbonPro edition trucks will get special badging.

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CarbonPro beds get in-bed lighting and other features.

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This may look like plastic or fiberglass, but its much tougher.

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Carbon fiber is UV stable, chemical resistant and won't rust.

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The CarbonPro bed features special molded-in divots for motorcycle tires at the front of the bed.

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