The GMC Sierra AT4 can fill many roles – not only does it offer premium refinement in the cabin and off-roading capability in the rough stuff, but its also got the goods to haul your favorite toys wherever they need to go. Now, GM Authority has spotted this GMC Sierra AT4 in the wild doing exactly that, showing off its MultiPro tailgate with a custom motorcycle strapped down in the bed.
Caught on the streets of Southern California, the owner of this GMC Sierra AT4 is doing it right, loading up the bed with an eye-catching green motorcycle that screams for attention against the pickup’s black paint. The Sierra’s MultiPro tailgate is deployed, with the Primary Gate Load Stop flipped up to help keep the motorcycle safe and secure. We also spot a small ramp in back.
In total, the GMC Sierra’s MultiPro tailgate offers six individual positions to fit a wide range of scenarios. Beyond the traditional Primary Gate Access, plus the Primary Gate Load Stop seen here, the tailgate also offers a Foldable Inner Gate (something that would make unloading the motorcycle quite a bit easier), a Full-Width Step, an Inner Gate Load Stop, and an Inner Gate Work Surface as well.
As for the truck, this particular GMC Sierra AT4 is riding on a custom set of aftermarket wheels, which complement the bold stance with a split multi-spoke design, beadlock outer rim, and black finish.
This particular model is also fitted with the optional naturally aspirated 6.2L V8 L87 gasoline engine, which is rated at 420 horsepower and 460 pound-feet of torque, feeding the standard 4WD system via a 10-speed automatic transmission.
Further standout features for the GMC Sierra AT4 include a 2-inch suspension lift and off-road suspension with Rancho monotube shocks, a two-speed AutoTrac transfer case, automatic locking rear differential, underbody skid plates, and vertical red recovery hooks.