Earlier this week, GM Authority brought you spy photos of the refreshed 2023 GMC Sierra HD undergoing testing in the real world. Now, we have another interesting set of spy photos to share, this time capturing what appears to be the refreshed Sierra HD AT4 with a new Denali package installed.
From the off, we should mention that whatever this package might be, it will almost certainly not adopt the Denali name. Rather, calling it a Denali package helps to succinctly summarize what it includes, namely shiny chrome detailing and upgraded styling bits, much like the current Denali trim level.
Let’s go over the different elements on display here one by one, starting with the front end. Despite the camo, the grille insert design underneath is clearly visible, showing multi-tiered horizontal slats and a top-mounted GMC badge. The grille appears to have a shiny, chromed finish to it.
Other notable elements in the front end include placeholder headlamps, and red tow hooks lower in the bumper.
Moving over to the profile, we spot a new wheel design, as well. These particular rollers look like they’re 18 inches in diameter, and are wrapped in Goodyear Wrangler tires. By comparison, the current Sierra HD AT4 wears Michelin all-terrain tires with 18’s as standard, and 20-inches available.
The side also shows off a set of chrome running boards, while the AT4’s Rancho shocks and off-road suspension are behind the wheels.
All told, this new aesthetics package could be the perfect choice for folks who want the AT4’s capability, but paired with the shiny chrome elements of the Denali. As a reminder, the current AT4 is equipped with dark chrome exterior detailing.
The 2023 GMC Sierra HD will introduce a refresh for the nameplate, following a model refresh for the GMC Sierra 1500 set to drop for the 2022 model year. The Sierra HD refresh will include a redesign for the front and rear fascia, a new interior, and a few potential powertrain updates as well.