The 2019 GMC Sierra prototypes continue to lose camouflage and that normally means one thing in the industry: a reveal approaches. For the first time, following skimpier shots of the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado, the 2019 Sierra features only a thin wrapping of camouflage and we can make out a lot of exterior details.
The big story is the design, which hardly mimics the Silverado, based on previous spy shots. While the 2019 Silverado wears angular LED headlight accents, a long grille, and round wheel well arches, the Sierra boasts what looks like a more traditional GMC grille and completely different headlight units. While the large square wheel wells are gone, the rear ones on this Sierra re actually slightly squared off. The Silverado’s are round this time around.
However, things look similar at the rear, but that’s to be expected. We can only make out LED lights that look similar to the Silverado’s. However, the bed design looks different compared to the Silverado as well.
GM’s next-generation full-size pickups have dropped camo pretty quickly, and we know from previous comments the automaker is banking on the trucks for a banner sales year in 2018. We’ll likely see the pickups sooner rather than later.
Spy shots: Autoblog