We’ve seen the 2018 Chevrolet Equinox in the flesh, but it’s nearly time for the 2018 GMC Terrain to take the cloaks off and reveal itself to the world. Ahead of the compact crossover’s debut at the 2017 North American International Auto Show, the 2018 Terrain was spied testing in full camouflage.
Still, it’s easy to get a feel for the 2018 Terrain’s profile, which looks much more rugged than its 2018 Equinox cousin. Both the Equinox and Terrain will now be categorized as compact crossovers, riding on the D2XX platform.
The 2018 GMC Terrain looks to follow suit with the 2017 Acadia, featuring a prominent grille and nose and similar beltline. Previous reports peg the design as much more rugged looking in an effort to truly differentiate the Terrain and the GMC brand from other platform mates.
As for engines, it’s quite likely we’ll see the 2018 Terrain take a page from the new Equinox and move to all turbocharged four-cylinder power, and possibly even a diesel engine, too.
We don’t have much longer to wait until GMC’s latest is revealed, so stay tuned as we bring you the latest.
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