All I want in this world is for fictitious characters like, Santa, the Easter Bunny and Optimus Prime to be real – Add this Concept truck to the list!!!
GMC is showing off their new GMC Sierra HD Concept truck. I really dont know a whole lot about this beast; the only thing I know, I want one… Not only are you going to get the job done, but you’re going to look rad doing it!
I cannot wait for this puppy to be on the streets, backroads, off-roads, in the mountains, plowing through muddy puddles, sucking doors off Fords, Toyotas and Chevrolets – meanwhile I wave, saying “Sorry sir, but please send me your home address so I mail back your doors I just sucked off your truck” YEA I am that Excited! Just check out that exhaust, that alone should get your rip roar’n and ready-to-go
Check it out for yourself!
General Motors has officially unveiled the GMC Sierra All Terrain HD Concept today giving us a preview to NAIAS and a potential response to Ford’s F-150 Raptor. This Sierra All Terrain HD vehicle offers heavy-duty capability along with off-road prowess.
The Sierra All Terrain HD Concept vehicle rides on a modified production 4WD chassis with the familiar Duramax Diesel and Allison transmission. The vehicle rides higher and features a wider track. This along with its improved suspension gives it great off road capability without sacrificing heavy-duty capabilities.
The Sierra All Terrain HD concept comes in a five-foot, eight inch crew cab/ short box bed body and is shorter overall in length compared to the production 2011 GMC Sierra HD. The trucks track is 73 inches which adds stability, three more inches in ground clearance, specially constructed Fox off-road shocks with remote fluid reservoirs, front and rear jounce shocks, 35 inch tires, full composite underbody protection, and other features to help the truck to navigate around rough terrain.
The Sierra HD concept sports an assortment of LED lighting. The headlights feature high-intensity LED headlamps, LED tail lamps, LED fog lamps, high-intensity park and turn signal lamps, and LED floodlights for the cargo bed and assist steps.
The Sierra All Terrain Concept sports the same 6.6 liter Duramax Diesel producing 397 HP and 765 lb.-ft. of torque and six-speed Allison transmission. Estimated payload capacity is 2,700 lb., towing is estimated to be around 13,000 lb. for conventional towing and 15,600 lb. for fifth-wheel towing.
The concept vehicle will be officially unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show in January and be sure to keep an eye on GMI for live coverage as three of us will be there to cover the show.
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