Premium truck brand GMC has just unveiled the crown jewel of it's professional-grade lineup.
Meet the 2020 GMC Sierra HD.
It's bigger, it's beefier, and it's got a new design that's Let's say less decisive then its cousin, the Silverado HD.
Inside it's loaded up with all sorts of technology aimed at making towing easier, including towing assistance, ABS, an alphabet soup trailoring assistance technologies.
And And some really cool camera-based technologies.
This bad boy's got 15 different camera views the driver can choose from, including a new transparent trailer feature that stitches together tailgate and remote camera feeds to make a trailer that you're towing look completely invisible, it's really cool.
Now, I know what you really wanna know.
How much can this big beefcake tow?
Well, it's powered by a 6.6 liter Duramax turbo diesel, that makes 445 horsepower, and 910 pound-feet of torque.
And that's gonna be mated with a class-first ten-speed Elephant transmission.
Together with the beefed-up frame, that means this thing can tow over 30,000 pounds of payload.
GMC just showcased the 3500 HD Dually Towing an 80 foot yatch with the marine lift totalling over 225,000 lbs.
Of course you couldn't exactly hit the highway with that but it's pretty damn impressive.
The GMC Sierra HD will debut in 2500 HD and 3500 HD hitting the road later on this year.
Expect more details and pricing coming from theroadshow.com later this year.