What's New For The 2020 GMC Sierra?

Matt Noone, director of GMC exterior design, explains the philosophy of the designers of the 2020 GMC Sierra, a heavy-duty pickup truck built to perform. "We took every opportunity to visually express the strength and capability that lies beneath the surface," he says. Does the Sierra live up to expectations? Its two trims tell a story of an incredibly dedicated design team that wanted this to be the best Sierra ever, piling on plenty of engine choices, bold exterior design like the sloping hood, and rough and rugged tires that can cut through any road condition.

2020 GMC Sierra Interior

Which Trims & Features are Available for 2020?

You can select from the 2500 and 3500 versions of the 2020 Sierra. Each trim offers its perks, and there are massive numbers of engines to choose from. The base model, SLE, SLT, AT4, and always exciting Denali. For the height of performance, refinement, and capability, you'll want to grab the Denali. Trims, both high and low, have much to offer their drivers:

  • A 15-inch diagonal head-up display
  • 3 inches of additional rear-seat legroom in 2020
  • Jet Black with Kalahari seat trim pattern (AT4)
  • The standard box is 6.7 inches wider and 5.4 inches bigger than in 2019
  • Best-in-class maximum gooseneck trailering rating of up to 35,500 lbs
  • C-shaped high-intensity LED signature light blades (headlamps and taillamps)

You might be noticing a trend here. The new Sierra is bigger, with class-defining technology on the interior that so many other heavy-duty pickups erroneously leave off, assuming that everyone on a hard day's work doesn't need a 15-inch heads up display. Well, as GMC shows you, just about everyone can benefit from those features. It's a trend we hope other heavy-duty truck makers take a cue from.

A Perfect Blend of Power and Fuel Efficiency

2020 GMC SierraYour engine lineup on the Sierra is mind-blowingly impressive. The height of this engine lineup is a 6.6L Duramax turbo-diesel V8 rated at 445 hp and 910 lb-ft of torque. It's paired with an all-new AllisonĀ® 10-speed automatic transmission that has the smoothest transitions you will ever feel on a beast of this size. It's a substantial heavy-duty pickup truck that drives just like a luxury sedan, handling loads with ease. It's a power that your Sierra in the past didn't have. If you've overlooked the Sierra in year's past, 2020 is the year to get back with the Sierra.

Affordable and Packed with Safety Features Galore

2020 GMC SierraTrailering can be a true safety hazard when your truck isn't equipped with savvy tech to take care of things. The Sierra has much to offer in this way. Available on this truck, you'll find Forward Collision Alert, Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, Lane-Departure Warning, and Automatic Emergency Braking. Yes, these features are optional. Those that don't want to throw in the whole 9 yards on safety are free to do so, but if you're a stickler for safety, GMC gives you the ability to do so with ease.

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