GMC's All Mountain Concept was built specifically to tackle snowy inclines.

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Not only does it sport the equipment to handle that task, it looks like it's ready to beat up the mountain and ask for its lunch money.

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GMC replaced the wheels with a set of Mattracks 150 Series tracks, which provide superior traction away from the pavement.     

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You probably wouldn't want to try out this bad boy on actual streets.

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The concept also sports Thule snowboard racks, a whole bunch of bright vinyl graphics and LED lights under the body.     

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What fun is a concept without garish vinyl and LEDs galore?

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Under the hood is GMC's tried-and-true combination of a Duramax 6.6-liter diesel V8 and an Allison six-speed automatic transmission.    

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The Duramax puts outs 445 horsepower and a pavement-twisting 910 pound-feet of torque.    

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The automaker built this concept to highlight its partnership with Vail Resorts.

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The concept will remain at Vail throughout the winter season.     

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Good luck trying to convince the Range Rover types to go for something like this, though.

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