If you’re anything like us, you can’t get enough of the latest GM Design renderings posted to social media. We’ve already got a glimpse of GM’s innovative GMC pickup and GMC TopKick renderings, as well as a cool Chevy Impala concept. Now, we’re taking a look at this futuristic GMC Sierra HD Denali rendering.
Recently posted to the official General Motors Design instagram account (@generalmotorsdesign), this particular rendering shows the GMC Sierra HD Denali in a big, bold, three-quarters view that demonstrates the truck’s combination of muscular attitude and premium refinement. The front end looks highly aggressive, with a wide grille that stretches end to end, as well as C-shaped brackets around the left and right corners. The brackets outline a trio of forward-facing headlamps that illuminate the way forward, while also complementing the stretched-out, horizontal grille insert. Above the primary air intake, we see the Denali badge on display.
Extra signature lighting can be found above and below the primary lighting elements, with a narrow design that once again enhances the GMC Sierra HD Denali’s visual width. We also see extra-thick trim bits for the grille surround and lower intake, the latter of which comes with a faux skid plate element and two chrome tow hooks.
Further back, we see flared wheel well treatments with a familiar hexagonal shape, under which large wheels and tires roll with a polished face. In back, this futuristic GMC Sierra HD Denali runs a dual-wheel setup, with the extra rubber housed underneath massively flared arches.
The profile of this GMC Sierra HD Denali also gets familiar towing sideview mirrors with integrated lighting, while the roof sports a set of orange marker lights. The Denali HD logo is in place as expected along the lower doors.
While this GMC Sierra HD Denali rendering isn’t the sort of thing we’d expected to hit production, it still offers some impressive design inspiration for the final product.
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