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21 Oct, 2022
2 min time to read

GMC has officially unveiled the all-electric GMC Sierra EV Denali Edition 1 pickup, which will be available in 2024. It has a range of 400 miles. It will cost $107,000 and will get thrusting rear wheels, a decent set of driver assistants and the ability to power the house for 21 days.

It will be the third electric truck model in GMC's family, which aims to sell only electric vehicles by 2035.

The GMC Sierra EV Denali Edition 1 is built on the same Ultium battery technology as the other two Hummer and Silverado models, so GM estimates the Sierra will have 400-plus miles of range on a full charge (80 miles more than the Blazer EV announced in July 2024), 754 hp/785 lb-ft of torque, 22-inch rims and towing capability up to 9,500 pounds.

The car has the ability to steer the rear wheels for a diagonal 'crab walk' or reduced turning radius, and it gets a long-haul system that includes the ability to fold the bulkhead between the cargo area and the cabin.

Fast charging will allow the Sierra to add 100 miles of range for every ten minutes of stationary only if the car comes with an 800-watt electric architecture. Like other Ultium vehicles, the Sierra will offer bi-directional charging, allowing household appliances to be powered for 21 days, according to GM's website. A three-year subscription to GM's ADAS SuperCruise system will also be included.

Orders are now being taken for the most expensive Denali Edition 1, with deliveries starting in the first half of 2024 at a recommended price of $107,000, excluding additional fees and taxes.