The updated GMC Terrain crossover was supposed to appear last year, but due to the pandemic, General Motors has postponed work on the Terrain restyling indefinitely. We saw the result only now. The SUV has retouched the exterior, revised the interior trim and expanded the equipment. But most importantly, the Terrain has finally acquired the AT4 off-road package, which up to this point has been received by all models in the GMC family – from pickups to large five-door Acadia and Yukon.
The restyled GMC Terrain in SLE, SLT and AT4 trim levels will hit the American market in the summer of 2021, and the top Denali version with a rich chrome body trim will be in the fall. All cars are equipped with a petrol turbocharger 1.5 with 173 hp. and 275 Nm, working with a nine-speed “automatic”.
Optional head-up display, Amazon Alexa voice assistant, 8-inch multimedia system with navigation, Bose audio system with seven speakers, as well as adaptive cruise control and blind spot monitoring are available for Terrane.
The 2022 model year cars have redesigned LED optics, a different radiator grille and front bumper, four new body colors and new design alloy wheels at 18 and 19 inches. In addition to the middle version of the SLT (red car) and the rich Denali, customers will be offered the Elevation version with black body elements and 19-inch wheels.
AT4 cars are distinguished by a black decor on the outside, original alloy wheels with Goodyear Wrangler 225/65 R17 tires and a plastic body kit around the body. We also note that after the modernization, all modifications are equipped with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto wireless protocols and the GMC Pro Safety safety complex, which includes automatic braking systems with the function of detecting pedestrians, keeping in the lane and automatically switching the high beam to the low beam.