On the heels of the 2023 Chevrolet Colorado debut, highlighted by the mighty ZR2, GMC has just given another quick glimpse into the truck’s off-road capability, and a preview of the AT4X Edition 1 package.
Here, we get a front view of the Canyon AT4X with Edition 1 package from the passenger’s side, giving a sneak peek of the next-generation Canyon’s adventurous design language. The Canyon AT4X with Edition 1 package will be available for customer reservations at launch, and with how the market has been, people will need to act fast to get their reservations in.
2023 GMC Canyon AT4X: Details
The GMC Canyon with the AT4X trim level will be a mechanical equivalent to the next-generation Chevrolet Colorado ZR2. Within the teaser picture GMC has provided this time, we can see the daytime running lights, front skid plate, and a front bumper integrated with with a brush guard and built-in LED lights. In addition, we can see the treads for the 33-inch Goodyear Wrangler Territory MT tires. But beyond a glimpse at the next-gen Canyon’s front fascia, that’s all this teaser shares for details.
We know that the 2023 GMC Canyon AT4X will feature Multimatic DSSV dampers, which were teased on the Canyon Overlanding concept last year. And as we’ve already seen with the Canyon’s mechanical twin, the Chevrolet Colorado, the engine of choice is to be a 2.7L turbocharged four-cylinder engine offered in a trio of calibrations. Meanwhile, the interior of the latest GM midsize trucks are expected to share similarities with what we see with the updated Silverado and Sierra. With a larger horizontally oriented touch screen and a familiar button/knob layout.
The previous teaser image GMC has provided shows us 17-inch beadlock-capable wheels, a fender reflector like we see on the larger Sierra HD, pronounced ‘AT4X‘ badging, and familiar placement of the fuel door. With these details, we can get a pretty good idea of what the Canyon AT4X has on offer, and it’s likely going to be a big hit with fans when it debuts on August 11.