This version of the GMC Sierra pickup accurately copes with fierce off-roadApril 24, 2019
A video has appeared on the YouTube channel of foreign enthusiasts showing a highly modernized version of the GMC Sierra pickup. The car got everything you need to overcome strong off-road.
The American GMC Sierra pickup has everything to overcome off-road. Over the years we have seen several modified versions of the truck, which had everything that was needed for a comfortable ride outside the public roads. But, frankly, we did not see anything like this matte green pickup that would be ready for absolutely any off-road testing.
The video gives a detailed overview of the previous generation two-door Sierra pickup, professionally prepared to work even with the most serious off-road. This 20-minute video is provided by ArabGT and their YouTube channel, and, besides the amazing frames, contains a lot of information about the project itself.
This truck received a 17-inch off-road Method wheel with BF Goodrich tires with a so-called locking function.
This prevents the wheels from coming off when you drive with low pressure in the desert. This is an interesting update, which is obviously inspired by the off-road nature in the Middle East and North Africa.
Power is provided by a 5.3-liter, naturally aspirated V8 engine with several modifications, including an upgraded air filter, removal of some catalysts, new software, as well as 3-inch straight tailpipes. All these modifications lead to an increase in peak power of approximately 390 horsepower, which allows a heavy truck to reach a speed of 100 km / h in about eight seconds.
Other significant improvements include a heavily modified suspension, new seats and seat belts in the cabin, two spare wheels in the cargo hold and additional fuel tanks.
Not so long ago, we wrote that the American company GMC again filed an application for registration of the Granite trademark.
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