2014 GMC Sierra Denali leaks out early

by SpeedLux

The first alleged picture of the upcoming 2014 GMC Sierra Denali was recently reported to be posted on the company’s consumer website though for a very brief period. The company removed the image quickly but GM Authority managed to get their hands on a screenshot of the upcoming model.

The 2014 GMC Sierra Denali is set to compete against the Chevrolet Silverado High Country. This redesigned vehicle comes with an evolutionary styling which makes it instantly identifiable. As a result, the GMC Sierra Denali continues to be distinguished by features such as a mesh grille, chrome accents and massive alloy wheels.

In terms of interiors, there is not much detail available but we can expect features such as leather seats, wood trim and a MyLink infotainment system.

Talking about the power, there is no official news but there are speculations that the vehicle may come fitted with a 6.2-liter EcoTec3 V8 engine but not much detail about the power output is available. Rear-wheel drive should be standard, but there may also be an option for all-wheel drive.

Following pictures will provide a idea about the car.

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