GMC has rolled out the first-ever Canyon AT4, an off-road version of its midsize pickup.
For off-road gear, the AT4 comes with a set of 31-inch Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac tires, off-road tuned suspension with hill descent control, a G80 rear locker and a transfer case skid plate.
Styling is a big part of the AT4 package as well. GMC fits the truck with dark chrome finish, a new larger grille and red recovery hooks. On the sides, the AT4 makes a premium play with Kalahari stitching and AT4 badges embroidered into the headrests.
Two engines options can be packed under the hood, either a 3.6-liter gas V6 with 308 horsepower and 275 lb-ft of torque or a 2.8L Diesel engine, offering 186 horsepower a 369 lb-ft of torque.
GMC also announced updates to the 2021 Canyon Denali, the most luxurious version of the small pickup.
It gets a new grille, 5-inch chrome steps, chrome accents and new 20-inch Diamond Cut aluminum wheels. On the inside, GMC builds the truck with a Cocoa/Dark Atmosphere color theme and adds open-pore ash wood trim, aluminum decor and unique stitching. Standard features are loaded into the Denali, including ventilated and heated seats.
The 2021 Canyon will be available later this year, with pricing announced closer to production.