GMC is readying itself to debut an ever important product amid a market shift here in the United States, and we have our first official look at it.
The 2018 GMC Terrain has been teased on the brand’s official Facebook page. The photo is accompanied by one sentence reading, “In four days, the bar will be elevated, shattered and left behind.” That’s some big talk, GMC.
From the photo, we can see the GMC will certainly differentiate itself from its D2XX platform mate, the 2018 Chevrolet Equinox. We can see a prominent floating roofline is present, along with a swooping where the C-pillar hits. We don’t know what the rest of the 2018 Terrain looks like, but this is certainly a good start.
Previous reports have stated the GMC Terrain will take a sophisticated, yet rugged look to help move the Terrain further away from the Equinox and help brand GMC as a more refined choice.
As for powertrains, it’s more than likely the 2018 Terrain will follow the 2018 Equinox by adopting a suite of four-cylinder engines and maybe even a diesel offering.
We won’t need to speculate much longer, GMC will reveal the 2018 Terrain at the 2017 North American International Auto Show in just a few days.