GMC published a photo of the updated Canyon pickup truck in the luxury Denali version

GMC published a photo of the updated Canyon pickup truck in the luxury Denali version

May 1, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

The American automaker has introduced a new version of its mid-size truck Canyon in the top configuration Denali. The car received an updated front end and more expensive materials in the cabin.

GMC announced the updated Canyon pickup, which will go on sale as the new 2021 model year, back in January. It was a few months after the debut of the sister Chevy Colorado in 2021. At that time, we had only a photo of the truck in the off-road version of AT4. Today we have the official shots of Canyon in the luxury version of Denali.

 The updated front of the car looks more solid than in the current version of the truck.

The false radiator grille has become larger in size, expanding downward in the shape of a letter V at the bottom of the front bumper. The grill also has a new three-rod insert that replaces the grill structure in the 2020 model year truck. The bumper is completely redesigned, and the fog lights have a new shape. The headlights look similar to the current version of the model.

The new photo also shows us the interior of the new item, although it does not seem to have changed much. Still, there are several updates – ash trim, aluminum trim, heated and cooled front seats, unique stitching and embroidered headrests. The novelty will also be available with new interior colors. In addition, the new version of Denali received exclusive 20-inch wheels and chrome body elements.

 The engine range consists of a naturally aspirated 3.6-liter V6 engine from GM with a capacity of 308 horsepower (373 Nm). Customers can also opt for a Duramax 2.8-liter turbodiesel with 181 hp. (500 Nm). V6 connects to an eight-speed automatic, and the diesel transmits power through a six-speed automatic transmission.

 Rumors suggest that the next-generation Canyon, like its closest relative Chevy Colorado, may be introduced during the 2023 model year. New items will be built on an updated version of the current architecture.