General Motors has done an incredible job at keeping its vehicles fresh the past few model years. Significant updates, changes and redesigns have kept bread and butter products from going stale, save for a few key vehicles. Yes, we’re looking at you, Lambda-based crossovers.
However, next on the coming to a dealership near you list, is the 2018 GMC Terrain, which has been spied by Automotive News wearing a fairly dashing profile. Gone is the upright, boxy look from the current crossover, instead replaced by a lower, leaner and sleeker looking one.
The 2018 Terrain seems to be following the latest trend of a raked windshield and lower roofline for a more aesthetically appealing appearance. And we’re okay with that, because the current GMC Terrain isn’t the most handsome thing on the block.
This is arguably one of the better looks at either the 2018 Chevrolet Equinox of 2018 GMC Terrain since we do finally see how both will likely wear the D2XX platform as a crossover. Expect both crossovers in 2017 to go on sale as a 2018 model.