GM is working on the next-generation full-size SUVs. The company made an official statement stating this. In the beginning, we believed these would come out as 2020 models, but the most recent intel point to the 2021 production models that will make launching at the end of 2019 or in 2020.
GMC is dealing with a new nameplate. The car manufacturer has used to trademark the "Granite" name yet again, which indicates that we might see either hatchback or crossover pretty soon. Well, to be sincere, the hatch is extremely unlikely to happen, specially now when the crossovers are offering like hot cookies, so we bank on some SUV, most probably the subcompact one. According to our sources, the nameplate will most likely land in display rooms at some point next year as the 2021 GMC Granite.
The 2021 GMC Canyon is preparing yourself to get a mid-cycle update much like its platform friend from Chevrolet. The updated compact pickup truck will supposedly get fresh looks, both within and outdoors, in addition to improved technology and an all-new powertrain.
The new GMC Acadia offers numerous improvements inside and outside the more compact body. This practical SUV features an excellent exterior appearance and likewise in the interior. The modern-day, top-quality interior occurs with the freshly enhanced infotainment system.
As the Chevrolet Equinox changes, so do the GMC Terrain. We saw shots of an upgraded Equinox not too long back, and now our spy shooters have captured the GMC variation of the crossover screening inside GM's Milford Proving Grounds. Comparable to the Equinox, the Terrain is due for a mid-cycle refresh quickly.