As we’ve covered previously, every model in the GMC lineup will offer an AT4 trim level variant in the next few years, with the only exception being the GMC Savana van. Now, we’re getting a look at the new 2021 GMC Terrain AT4 crossover, as presented on the floor of the 2020 Chicago Auto Show in the following GM Authority Live Photo Gallery.
For those who may be unaware, GMC’s AT4 line adds a number of off-road-themed changes and upgrades. For now, full details on the new GMC Terrain AT4 are still forthcoming, with General Motors merely stating that it will sport a “rugged exterior, confident capability and advanced technology.” Nevertheless, there are still a few things to pick apart based on the following photos.
Up front, we see the GMC Terrain AT4 sports a large grille section with bold horizontal dividing lines, as well as a big red GMC logo and smaller AT4 badge in the corner. The headlamps use a C-shaped design, and bookend the grille nicely.
The profile view reveals black lower cladding sections, which run from the nose, around the fenders, and into the rear. Further AT4 badging is added to the front doors, and both the sideview mirrors and wheels are black as well.
The rear of the GMC Terrain AT4 shows off with further C-shaped designs for the tail lamps, while the liftgate handle gets a thick bit of trim with the same finish as the front fascia grille. Underneath the black lower bumper section, we find a pair of integrated exhaust tips, with a trapezoidal shape and polished finish. A prominent AT4 badge finishes it off.
The 2021 GMC Terrain AT4 is expected to launch in the fall, so look for more official info to drop between then and now. We’ll also have more information on the off-road-themed crossover posted soon, so stay tuned. In the meantime, make sure to subscribe to GM Authority for more GMC Terrain news, GMC news, and around-the-clock GM news coverage.