2018 GMC Sierra 2500 All Mountain Video

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One of the most dramatic pickups at the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show sat in the GMC booth: the 2018 Sierra 2500 All Mountain concept, based on an All Terrain X platform. Naturally, we had to take a closer look. Here's our video.

Cars.com photo by Christian Lantry

 

 

 

Comments

Are we still on this old technology?

The truck industry is rather large and fast moving, why does this site just focus on a few things?

That sure is one cool truck.

This truck is very cool, but also pointless.

-CT

Is that A GARBAGE MOTORS TRUCK AKA GMC. Junk just pure junk and it is pointless.

Beautiful................................Mountains they are, look at the white snow. It's beginning to feel a lot like X-Mas. :D

That $hit in the middle of the picture ruined it.

Can you say, Raptor recovery vehicle.

Wow they are milking the hell out of this old pony.

Guess the GM fans never get tired of old stuff.

But hey it also has a lift kit, lights, and ski racks a custom paint or wrap job and a tonneau cover... that's exciting new stuff right?

Didn't Ken Block do this over 2 years ago in the First gen Raptor?Also I think it had like 650 hp

How many times is GM going to promote this? Get a real truck to promote.

The most interesting news that I have seen on GM in a while is that they are looking into using carbon graphite fiber beds in a few years. It will be interesting to see if they can make it affordable.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/gms-latest-weapon-in-pickup-truck-wars-carbon-fiber-1512565200?mod=yahoo_hs&yptr=yahoo

Wow cool! Looks like a slower version of the Raptor Trax truck Ken Block drove like 4 years ago...hahahaha...



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