General Motors has been busy posting its hottest renderings and design ideas to social media, giving us a look at some of the artistic inspiration that goes into various GM products. For example, we recently got a look at a futuristic GMC TopKick, as well as a concept for the Chevy Impala. Now, we’re taking a look at this wild GMC pickup rendering.
Created by GM designer Karan Moorjani, who also helped to pen the all-new 2020 GMC Sierra HD, this GMC pickup rendering looks hugely aggressive, with the sort of design cues you might expect from an off-road racer primed to compete in a high-profile event in 2050.
Let’s start in front, where the GMC badge is done in the traditional red against a black grille treatment. The grille insert utilizes black squares and vertical bars, with a pinched shape that includes indents added in the corners – just like the production GMC Sierra.
This GMC pickup rendering also comes with large red tow hooks in the lower fascia, which are added to either side of a sturdy-looking bash plate. The fascia rises into triangular headlamps, with curvaceous body segments giving it a muscular look. The triangular shape is repeated high in the hood with new intakes placed one either side.
The stance for this GMC pickup rendering is tall and wide, stretching side-to-side over pumped-up fender flares and ultra-aggressive off-road rubber. The wheel center caps are also done in red.
Up top, the cab is chopped down, while heavy body indents give this GMC pickup even more visual impact.
Naturally, this wild GMC pickup rendering isn’t the sort of thing you’d expect to make it direct to production. Rather, it simply provides inspiration for the final product.
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