GMC Reveals the Next-Generation Yukon and Yukon XL

GMC recently introduced the 2021 Yukon and Yukon XL, enhanced by offering class-leading technology and elevated by precisely-engineered capability.
The 2021 Yukon lineup is headlined by an all-new and more upscale Denali and the first-ever Yukon AT4, taking Yukon into the premium off-road space.

The new models will be available, with a 4-corner air ride suspension that will allow drivers to raise the body up by 50 mm when for additional ground clearance when 4WD LO is engaged or lower it by 20 mm to improve aerodynamics and fuel efficiency on the highway.

Denali models now have an exclusive interior – a completely new instrument panel, unique seats and a choice among 4 unique color themes – outfitted with premium and authentic materials.

Following the breakout popularity of the new Sierra AT4 pickup and the more recently launched Sierra HD AT4 and Acadia AT4, the new Yukon AT4 is squarely focused on rugged adventure. GMC will offer the new AT4 sub-brand across all product lines by the end of 2020.

Coupled with the 4-corner air ride suspension, the Yukon AT4 offers a nearly 32° approach angle for added off-road capability. The AT4 includes a 2-speed transfer case, 20’’ Goodyear® all-terrain tires, a Traction Select System with off-road mode, and skid plates protecting key areas of the underbody.

An available electronic limited slip differential (eLSD) offers unmatched handling characteristics on the road and, in 4WD LO, the eLSD prevents wheelslip in off-road conditions.

Yukon’s propulsion lineup expands for 2021, as drivers can now select an available 3.0 l I6 turbodiesel engine on top of the 5.3 l and 6.2 l V8 gas engines. All 3 engines are paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission.

Source: General Motors

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