The Lansing Delta Township Assembly, GM’s newest plant in North America, has begun building the newest addition to the Acadia line. Production of the Acadia Denali began last week and the first production models should be arriving at dealers as you read this. The first model to roll off the line is wrapped in the beautiful White Diamond color and was destined for Vadosta, Georgia.
The Denali trim level adds the traditional chrome honeycomb grill, 20-inch chrome wheels, monochromatic exterior paint, HID headlights, chrome interior accents, heated and cooled front seats, as well as a heads-up display. Unfortunately, the powerplant does not see any changes on this Denali model.
Nevertheless, there has been great demand for a Denali variant since the award-winning Acadia was introduced in 2007. Finally, consumers can have “the luxury and exclusivity that our customers demand in the Denali model,” according to Lisa Hutchinson, GMC’s Product Marketing Director.
Plant Manager Scott Whyrew said his team was excited to build the latest Acadia model. The Lansing Delta plant makes the entire Lambda family, including the Buick Enclave and Chevrolet Traverse.