Journalists first noticed an updated version of the GMC Terrain crossoverJune 4, 2019
The GMC Terrain mid-sized crossover, which will be positioned as a 2021 model year car, got into the lenses of journalists. The car will show either at the end of this year, or at the beginning of the next.
American journalists captured a test prototype of the updated GMC Terrain crossover. I note that the smart crossover was updated during the 2018 model year, but in order to remain competitive, we need constant work to improve the model. According to rumors, the car will get quite modest changes in the front of the car.
The seen prototype received a fairly dense camouflage, which is very difficult to consider the updated exterior of the car.
It is possible that the headlights now have a more square shape – this is exactly what happened with the GMC Sierra crossover. The false radiator grille may also grow slightly in size – this is the current trend of many automakers – although, I hope, it will not expand to astronomical scales.
An experienced car seems to have received not so much change in the rear end. Trapezoidal exhaust tips in the lower part of the rear bumper look the same as the current version of the car, and, although there is camouflage all over the rear surface of the Terrain, we suspect that nothing special will change there. Unless, tail lights will get a slightly different shape.
So far, nothing has been heard about the changes in the motor range of the American news. Under the hood of the modern Terrain you will find a turbocharged four-cylinder engine with a displacement of 1.5 or 2.0 liters. A 1.6-liter turbodiesel is also available, although starting from next year it will only be offered on front-wheel-drive models.
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