The GMC Canyon receives a light update for the 2021 model year that includes a rearranged trim level structure, which removes the traditional base, SLE and SLT trims, and replaces them with Canyon Elevation Standard and Canyon Elevation. Meanwhile, the Canyon All Terrain is replaced with the Canyon AT4. And now, we’re getting our first look at the revised color palette of the all-new 2021 GMC Canyon AT4 pickup truck, which includes five exterior colors.
The five hues available for the all-new AT4 model are comprised of two glossy, two metallic and one tintcoat option:
- Satin Steel Metallic
- Summit White
- Onyx Black
- Cayenne Red Tintcoat
- Desert Sand Metallic
We’ve assembled all of the 2021 GMC Canyon AT4 exterior colors for your viewing pleasure right here.
Satin Steel Metallic
Cayenne Red Tintcoat
Desert Sand Metallic
It’s worth noting that two colors otherwise offered on the Canyon – Hunter Metallic and Dynamic Blue Metallic – are not offered on the 2021 GMC Canyon AT4 model. The Hunter Metallic hue is specific to Denali models, while Dynamic Blue is only offered on Elevation Standard or Elevation models.
Additionally, the all-new Canyon AT4 will be offered with a single interior color combination option – Jet Black with Kalahari – with either cloth seats or leather-appointed seats. Opting for the leather seating includes a host of other creature comforts, such as a 4-way power front passenger seat adjuster, power front passenger lumbar control, heated driver and front passenger seats, and an 8-inch diagonal GMC Infotainment System.
The introduction of the Canyon AT4 completes family of rugged GMC AT4 vehicles that also includes the Sierra 1500 AT4, Sierra HD AT4, Acadia AT4, Yukon AT4, Yukon XL AT4, and Terrain AT4.
The Canyon AT4 is also slightly more expensive than the Canyon All Terrain it replaces. According to the most recently-available information, the 2021 GMC Canyon AT4 pickup truck will not be impacted the COVID-19 outbreak and the associated business and operational ramifications. As such, the revised pickup and new trim level should start to roll off the line at the GM Wentzville plant in Missouri during the third quarter of 2020.
The coronavirus has, however, delayed the rollouts of various other GM vehicles, including the refreshes of the 2021 Chevrolet Equinox, 2021 Chevrolet Traverse, and 2021 GMC Terrain – all of which have been pushed to the 2022 model year. The virus has also delayed development of a Corvette C8 variant as well as the upcoming Cadillac CT4-V Blackwing and CT5-V Blackwing ultra-high-performance sedans. Additionally, the reveal of the Cadillac Lyriq electric crossover has been postponed.
We’ll have much more to share about the all-new 2021 Canyon AT4 pickup as more information is released, so be sure to subscribe to GM Authority for more GMC Canyon news, GMC news, and around-the-clock GM news coverage.