Speaker 1: When the current generation GMC Sierra launched for 2019, it was all right. Unlike its Chevy Silverado cousin, it didn't catch flack for having a SCR front end and looked like a traditional trucky truck. The inside though, was a letdown, basically a light evolution of the previous miles cabin. Thankfully GMC is rolling out at updated Sierra for 2022, featuring two new highend trim levels, light outside styling updates, but most importantly, a completely revamped interior with new tech. If you like big grills and you cannot lie, the 2022 [00:00:30] Sierra has still got those. And they're wider to be even more in your face than before, as illustrated on this new Denali ultimate model, which dials up the premium trimmings one step beyond the normal Denali with, for starters, exclusive wheels and badges. Additionally, the bumpers and headlights are new on all Sierra trim levels, but it's on the inside where the really substantial stuff happens.
Speaker 1: All new Sierras get an entirely revamped dash that looks so much better than the outgoing one. And then in the ultimate, it's legitimately luxurious with nicer materials, [00:01:00] such as full grain leather on the seats and large SWA of the dash with slick wood accents sprinkled in. And if you like screens, the new Sierra has got screens on all models. Besides the work truck, a customizable 13.4 inch cent touch screen handles entertainment impacts wireless apple CarPlay and Android auto Amazon Alexa, and now Google integrated in which is cool because you things like Google maps and Google assistant right there, and on top Sierra trims, there's a new 12 speaker bows audio setup. The gauge cluster is [00:01:30] now also a screen measuring in at 12.3 inches and offers multiple looks to choose from. And a 15 inch color head up display is available, which is you guessed it customizable.
Speaker 1: So add all those together and you have more than 40 inches of customizable digital real estate in your Sierra. And that's a lot when it comes to active safety goodies, GMC equips, every Sierra with four collision warning with automatic emergency breaking lane, keep assist pedestrian detection, auto high beams, and an HD backup camera. More interesting [00:02:00] is the arrival of GM super crews. They'll be standard on the alley ultimate and available on the Denali, providing handsfree operation on certain premed highways on the powertrain front. The 2.7 liter tur before makes the sames 310 horsepower as before. But torque climbs to 420 pound feet from 3 48. The rest of the gas lineup, including the 4.6 liter B6 and 5.3 liter and 0.2 liter V8 carries over as does the three liter in line six tur, but it can now be had with a max towing [00:02:30] package to pull 13,300 pounds, which is up by 4,000. And then there's this the new at four X Sierra trim that gets improved offroad chops over the standard at four and a plusher cockpit upping for four Oron are Multimatic D S SV dams and exclusive Springs that contribute to a two inch lift increased real travel and a two-way transfer case on the inside. It gets the Denali ultimately layout done up in slightly different materials and no super crews, meaning it's pretty darn
Speaker 2: Nice inside with [00:03:00] fancy stitch leather and wood trim. The updated 2022 GMC Sierra will hit dealers during the first quarter next year, but customers can reserve their trucks now firstname.lastname@example.org or at their local dealer pricing begins at about $32,000 for the base truck, $61,000 for the 84 X and $80,000 for the big, bad Denali ultimate.