Boy do we have a gallery of the 2019 Sierra Denali for you today. The photos were taken during GMC’s media drive of the new Sierra in Newfoundland, and the setting is a breath-taking place to showcase the commanding and luxurious Sierra range-topper.
This 2019 Sierra Denali is coated in the Dark Sky Metallic color and equipped with the Denali Ultimate package, which includes the following features:
- Technology Package, which includes:
- Driver Alert Package II, which includes:
- Forward Collision Alert
- Lane Departure Warning with Lane Keep Assist
- Low Speed Forward Automatic Braking
- Pedestrian Detection
- IntelliBeam headlamps
- Following Distance Indicator
- Driver Alert Package I, which includes:
- GMC MultiPro Power Steps
- Trailer Tire Pressure Monitor System
- 22-inch polished aluminum wheels
- 275/50R22SL all-season blackwall tires
This model also features the new Adaptive Ride Control (which replaces MagneRide), the flexible new MultiPro tailgate (which can be replaced with a regular tailgate), and integrated exhaust – all standard on the 2019 Sierra Denali. Notably, the carbon fiber box (officially called CarbonPro) is not seen here, as it will become available later on in the 2019 model year.
The interior is finished in Jet Black materials with aluminum and wood accents and forge perforated leather-appointed seats. The front seats have heating and ventilating functionality while the rear outboard seats are heated. The 2019 Sierra does not offer ventilated rear seats on any model, including the Denali.
There’s also the Rear Camera Mirror, reconfigurable Multi-color 3″x7″ Head-Up Display, integrated storage bins embedded into the seatbacks of the rear seats, along with a rear console with HVAC units and two charge-only USB ports (one Type A and one Type C).
Also notice of the rotary knobs, which are wrapped in a shiny silver metal, giving them a particular detailing.
Under the hood of this 2019 Sierra Denali sits the refreshed 6.2L V8 L87 engine making 420 horsepower and 460 pound-feet of torque. The motor is part of the second-generation EcoTec3 engine family and features the Dynamic Fuel Management technology, which enables the engine to operate in 17 different patterns between 2 and 8 cylinders, depending on demand, to optimize power delivery and efficiency.
The motor is mated to the new GM 10-speed automatic transmission (RPO code MQB). The gearbox includes overdrive, tow/haul mode, Cruise Grade Braking and Powertrain Grade Braking. The powertrain also includes an active, 2-speed electronic Autotrac transfer case with rotary controls (only on 4WD models) along with a heavy-duty locking rear differential.
Enjoy the photo gallery – and share your thoughts about GMC’s all-new 2019 Sierra Denali in the comments.