The 2018 GMC Sierra All Mountain concept recently debuted Vail Mountain in Colorado. The Sierra All Mountain concept takes a GMC Sierra 2500HD Denali 4WD Crew Cab platform and adds tank-like tracks that help it navigate rugged, snow-covered terrain. If you’re saying, “Wait. Have I seen this before?” It would be because you have, with the Kia Sorrento Ski Gondola Concept By LUX Motorwerks. The only difference is that the Sierra All Mountain packs a much larger punch.
The 2018 GMC Sierra All Mountain concept combines the power of the 6.6L turbo-diesel V-8 engine and first-class interior appointments of the Sierra 2500HD Denali and adds enhanced capability and features through concept Mattracks® technology and GMC Accessories.
“With GMC’s focus on premium capability and design, we wanted to ensure that this concept took these signature attributes to an entirely new level,” said Carl Zipfel, GMC exterior designer. “The Sierra All Mountain concept Mattracks® technology enables the truck to conquer uncharted territory while highlighting premium interior features such as Bose speakers and upscale leather treatments.”
- Mattracks® 150 Series Tracks with GMC Red finish
- Bodyside graphics
- Wheel well and underbody LED lights
- Snowboard Racks, associated accessories by Thule®
- Amplifier and Dual Pod Speaker Kit, associated accessories by KICKER®
- RIGID E-Series 30-Inch Light Bar
- Soft roll-up tonneau cover by Advantage
- Duramax® 6.6L Turbo Diesel engine with 445 horsepower and 910 lb-ft of torque
- Allison® 1000 six-speed automatic transmission
If you want to get up close and personal with this one-of-a-kind concept, it will remain on display at Vail for the winter season as part of an exclusive partnership announced earlier this year with Vail Resorts, Inc.
“The Sierra All Mountain concept is perfectly suited for the outdoor activities offered at Vail properties,” said Rich Latek, director of GMC Marketing. “This unique concept truck is a fun way to attract attention to GMC and highlight our partnership with Vail Resorts.”
And here it is in action!