GMC Sierra HD Off-Road Concept is an exploration of the ability of heavy trucks combined with greater off-road versatility. It is highlighted by a bold exterior styling, enhanced off-road suspension and pricing details are expected from GMC - all designed to give better access to off-road destinations.
The new Sierra 2011 HD supports all HD concept field with a change in production based chassis and 4WD Duramax Diesel / Allison 1000 six-speed powertrain. The improved suspension and unique dimensions of the body, including increased ground clearance and a wider track and the approach / departure angles that provide off-road capability, while high levels of payload and towing capacity.
The GMC Sierra HD SUV has a unique configuration of five feet, eight inches double cab / short box that supports a wheel in the corners proportion. Short overall length of the Sierra HD production models, the dimensions of the concept of contributing to a greater approach / departure angle. Other off-road elements are
Wider, 73 inches (1853 mm) track for greater stability
About 3 inches (76 mm) ground clearance
Front custom of upper and lower control arms
Fox purpose built off road shock with remote reservoir fluid (integrated in the wheel house coating)
Front and rear shock Jounce
Electric front stabilizer
35 inches tall BFGoodrich KM2 "muddy terrain" tires mounted on 20-inch wheels machined aluminum
Complete Skid composed.