GMC Sierra AT4 is ready to hit the trailsGMC's Sierra AT4 is ready for the trails, or the job site
[MUSIC] It's been less than a month since GMC unveiled the new Sierra but here in New York, they're already giving us its first special edition. Welcome to the new GMC Sierra AT4. A new options package with more off-road capability and better looks too. It starts with Rancho shocks on all four corners that give the truck a two inch lift. But if you should still manage to bottom out, skid plates will keep everything underneath safe and protected. Things like a new two speed transfer case that sends power to a locking rear differential, and by default the truck rolls on 18 inch wheels, wrapped in those big, knobby, mud rated tires. If you're more interested in show than go, you can also option out 20 inch wheels, with all season tires. Speaking of show, the truck has been blacked out from front to rear with black chrome everywhere, everywhere except those bright red tow hooks, which could come in handy if you try to go too far off road on those all-season tires that I mentioned earlier. The truck is loaded with toys like a heads-up display, the first we've ever seen on a truck. GM's rearview electronic camera and an overhead 360 camera that should make this thing a whole lot easier to back up to your trailer or indeed to park it at the mall. Out back, we have GMC's new amazing multi pearl lift gate that can act as a tailgate, of course. But also, a bed support, a pass through, a workbench, a step stool. Probably it does other things I'm forgetting too. That plus the first carbon fiber bed we've ever seen in the industry. GMC says this will be the most durable on the market. Engine choices start with a 5.83 liter V8 or a 6.2 liter. Or if you're a fan of oil burners, there's also a 3 liter inline 6. No pricing available yet, but don't expect all this to come cheap when this thing hits dealerships this fall.