The GMC design team let their imagination run wild and tells us about the future of their pick-ups

It looks like this has been a busy year for the GMC design team as they unveiled the new installment of the recently released Yukon and Yukon XL, as well as worked on the details of the  GMC Sierra 1500.

What’s happening?

It seems that this has not prevented the thirst of the stylists to continue putting their imagination to work, to play a little with the current design language; Well, recently they have let us see how they imagine the appearance of future GMC models with pick-up bodywork.

These renders were published by the General Motors design department, and they let us see two designs that show us the sketch of a future brand identity, taking as inspiration the GMC Sierra.

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  • Aggressive and disruptive design that looks nothing like the Sierra
  • Robust front with a large grill
  • Slim light signature with LED technology
  • Low cab and limited windshield dimensions
  • Sculpted sides offer a fuller look
  • Oversized off-road tire set

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  • Impressive design and with a high dose of steroids in reference to the Heavy Duty model
  • The front end boasts a large grille finished in chrome and Denali script.
  • The light signature with LED technology looks thinner and more aesthetic
  • Stand out daytime running lights that work with LED
  • Hood and rear fenders enlarged for design strength
  • The tires that it equips seem to be for daily use, leaving aside that off-road intention.

The images were revealed through the official General Motors Design Instagram page, where images of a possible off-road Cadillac, a new Chevrolet truck, as well as a high-performance two-seater convertible with GM logos, are also displayed, although of course, not yet. it has no confirmation to be carried out.

“Often these works are not intended for production,” a company spokesperson told our colleagues at Autoblog. “Instead, designers create them to hone their creative skills, to try out new themes, or sometimes just for the fun of drawing something. GM Design’s Instagram account was launched to share some of the most compelling and badass work of GM Designers Produce.”

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