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2023 GMC Canyon Debuts On August 11, New Teaser Shows AT4X Trim

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2023 GMC Canyon Debuts On August 11, New Teaser Shows AT4X Trim​

There will be an AT4X available with an Edition 1 package.​


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The 2023 GMC Canyon pickup will debut on August 11 at 11:00 AM Eastern. To build hype for the new truck, the automaker has a teaser showing the passenger side front end of the AT4X trim with the Edition 1 package.

The teaser shows the Canyon AT4X's split headlights with running lights in the upper section that extend into the lower portion. The grille has black inlets with gunmetal gray sections separating them. A brush bar extends upward from the bumper, and an LED bar is visible.

 

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2023 GMC Canyon Debuts With Rugged, New AT4X Trim That Costs Over $60K​

Underbody cameras, a larger digital cluster, a winch-wielding Edition 1, and a hardcore off-road trim come to GMC's mid-sizer.​


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If Chevrolet introduces a new truck or SUV, then it's a safe bet a GMC variant isn't far behind. The 2023 GMC Canyon, though, is not simply a Chevy Colorado with the bowtie ripped off. Wearing unmistakably unique sheetmetal, carrying exclusive equipment, and finally getting its own hardcore off-road model, the third-generation Canyon makes a strong statement in an increasingly competitive segment.

A major element of that class is now off-roadability. In addition to the Colorado ZR2 and Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro, the upcoming Ford Ranger Raptor makes clear the importance automakers are placing on rock crawling and desert running. Enter the Canyon AT4X, which expands on the philosophy of the AT4 model with similar hardware to the Colorado ZR2. Like that truck, it wears 17-inch wheels on 33-inch mud-terrain tires, boasts a lifted ride height with Multimatic DSSV dampers, and carries electronic front and rear lockers with a trim-specific Baja drive mode.

 

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