GMC's Sierra AT4 is ready for the trails, or the job site
GMC has dabbled with off-road models in the past, but with the introduction of the AT4 proves that the company is committed to the dirty lifestyle.
General Motor's truck division goes to a dark place with AT4 pickup.
GMC chooses the Big Apple to unleash its attack on the all-terrain market, starting with the fullsize Sierra AT4 due this fall, followed by more AT4 off-roaders in the next two years.
The first in a whole line of AT4 vehicles.
The AT4 off-road sub-brand will be added to every vehicle in the GMC lineup in the next two years.
GMC redefines the off-road space by introducing the all-new 2019 Sierra AT4. For the first time ever, the Sierra AT4 delivers a unique formula of authentic off-road capability and innovative technology paired with premium refinement and a bold appearance expected from GMC.
The 2019 GMC Sierra AT4 blends off-road hardware into a modern, thoroughly updated pickup truck that doesn't skimp on power, luxury, or safety equipment.
The 2019 GMC Sierra 1500 AT4 set to debut at the New York auto show this week is in "beast mode" right from the factory. The Sierra AT4 is basically GMC's version of the Chevrolet Silverado Trailboss, which means it features a two-inch suspension lift, plus a host of off-road goodies such as a two-speed transfer case, locking rear differential.
For years the subject of rumors, GMC has finally introduced its first model designated an AT4, short for All-Terrain 4-wheel drive.