2020 GMC Sierra Denali 2500 A few weeks ago, photographers captured several prototypes of the 2020 Chevy Silverado 2500 HD and GMC Sierra 2500 HD pickup trucks for testing

2020 GMC Sierra Denali 2500

2020 GMC Sierra Denali 2500 A few weeks ago, photographers captured several prototypes of the 2020 Chevy Silverado 2500 HD and GMC Sierra 2500 HD pickup trucks for testing. A variety of body styles were captured in the camera. However, a missing clipping of the Test fleet was the GMC Sierra Denali 2500 HD Crew Cab with its four full-size doors. Now, we have photos of the luxury ornament that is wearing some accessories similar to Denali's.

The 2020 Sierra Denali 2500 Sports Several of the visual enhancements given to their minor Denali 1500 brother. There is a larger, bolder chrome grille, unique 20-inch wheels, and square running boards. 

2020 GMC Sierra Denali 2500


If that didn't give off the truck clipping, the photographers could make DENALI embroidered on the headrests. That gave it to him. In addition, like the newly released 1500, the 2020 2500 HD and its older brother of 3500 HD are expected to use a mixture of aluminum and steel in its construction.

Although the outside is different from the Silverado 2500 HD, it will be similar under the bell. This means that the GMC will use the 6.0-liter gasoline V8 to drive the 6.6 liter V8 Duramax diesel engine and the truck. The Duramax will probably make an update to pump more horsepower and torque, and this will also help increase the carrying capacity of the forklift, which is a requirement for new heavy-duty trucks. The gasoline engine must remain as entry-level drivetrain.

The six-speed automatic transmission will not change because its competitors are still using the six-speed transmission. The 6-speed Allison 1000 automatic transmission will be optional. In addition, the new 10-speed automatic transmission Hydra-Matic may appear as an option.

Chevy already has a teaser for the Silverado 2500 and now we have a lot of test items along the way. It is hard to believe that both the Sierra and Silverado HD trucks will not make their way to the show of Detroit or Chicago cars by the beginning of next year. After the revelation, both were launched in 2019.

The aesthetic differences between the front fascias on the 1500 and the 2500 HD are small, but 2500 is a little more muscular in the hood and a lower trimming treatment. GMC does not seem to be hiding much with this camouflage, as the sheets on the grate and the headlights are mostly transparent. The black canvas on what appears to be a bell spoon leads us to believe that it will have the same type of Bell design as the 2018 HD.

Other interesting bits revealed here are around the back of the pickup. We can see the same interface for the Multipro six-way tailgate on this truck as 1500 so at least the denalis will have the tailgate trick (we expect every clipping to have it, though). As we saw in the Silverado, the Sierra HD gets the feature of the Stepside just ahead of the rear wheels. The LED taillights are clearly visible through the thin veil, and the back steps of GM remain as well.
Read more: 2020 GMC Sierra Denali Specs

2020 GMC Sierra Denali 2500

In addition to this 2500 HD, our spy photographers also captured an HD model of 3500. This is not a Denali, as the grid shows your hand again. The grid is different from any of the GM designs on the new trucks we've seen so far, actually. GMC showed us a teaser of what a new Silverado HD grill would look like months ago, but this differs even more than that. It looks pretty minimalist under the sheet for now, with strong horizontal slats.

The actual shape and design of the truck is revealed for the most part as it is only the use of a thin body wrap. Its mirror design seems to be different from last year as the arm is completely solid. One side to the right in front of the rear wheels is moved from the 2500 HD as well. We imagine that both this truck and the Silverado HD will debut early next year during the Auto Show season.
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