GMC preps upscale Canyon Denali, spy photos show
The Motor City -- GMC continues to be examining a Denali variation of its own Canyon mid-size pickup, current spy photos show.
Photographs reveal a Canyon using a revised, partly covered front fascia which includes a broad, honeycomb grille delineated by chrome -- touch clues of the business name's up scale Denali line.
The pictures reveal a black grille, yet, unlike the chrome-load snout highlighted of all Denali versions.
GMC leader Duncan Aldred told Automotive News last year a Denali edition of the Canyon was in the functions. He explained he views the up-scale truck within a more comprehensive attempt to promote more Canyons and eventually increase the account of GMC.
GMC's Denali designs, which account for for about one-fifth of the brand's quantity, additionally feature finer interiors, though photographs of the cottage were not accessible. It is uncertain whether a Denali Canyon would provide mechanical updates, but it is an excellent stake the truck would have a 3.6-litre, v6 motor under the hood, which is now an alternative and the Canyon's quantity power-plant.
GMC is in the middle of one of its biggest-ever advertising campaigns -- Aldred bumped-up the brand's advertising budget by 50 per cent from a year ago. It is a part of his aim to raise GMC's share of U.S. light vehicles to 4% by 2019 and 5% by 2024.
Through September, GMC's U.S. market-share was 3.1%, up from 2.9% a year earlier in the day. U.S. deliveries have higher level 12-percent to 410,239 this year through September, helped by step-by-step sales of over 22,000 Canyons. The truck continued sale in September 2014.
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