The 2021 GMC Canyon was revealed in the new AT4 off-roader spec way back in January, showing off a few nips and tucks to the exterior styling. Now, we’re digging into the truck’s interior with a fresh batch of official photos from GMC.
The photos provide our first look at the cabin space for the 2021 GMC Canyon, which appears to be identical to the 2020 model year in terms of design and layout. However, the 2021 model year does add two new interior color combos. Although the 2021 model year is not considered a full refresh for the nameplate, it’s about as close as we’ll get to one for the current generation.
Both the rough-and-ready 2021 GMC Canyon AT4 trim level and the 2021 GMC Canyon Denali trim level are up for inspection in the new photos. Let’s start with the AT4, which is available with either cloth or leather upholstery for the front seats. This particular model pictured above appears to be covered in leather. Interior color options are limited to the new Jet Black / Kalahari combo.
Meanwhile, the 2021 GMC Canyon Denali is available exclusively with perforated leather-appointed seating, with either a Jet Black, or the new Cocoa / Dark Atmosphere color combo.
Further changes and updates expected for the 2021 GMC Canyon include a reconfiguration for the trim level cadence, with the new AT4 model offered as a replacement for the outgoing All Terrain trim. The exterior color options list has also been altered, as has the list of wheel and exterior accessories options.
The new 2021 GMC Canyon also gets a new fascia design, including a new grille for the high-end Denali, as we were first to report a few days ago. Availability for the 2.5L I-4 LCV gas engine has been tweaked as well.
We’ll have more info on the mildly refreshed 2021 GMC Canyon coming down the pipe, so stay tuned. In the meantime, subscribe to GM Authority for more GMC Canyon news, GMC news, and around-the-clock GM news coverage.