These days, the black-out aesthetics package is a popular option, with automakers offering a variety of dark-themed color upgrades for everything from wheels, to badging, to trim. Notably, the GMC Sierra Denali doesn’t offer a blackout package option – but what if it did?
As it stands now, the GMC Sierra Denali signals its position as the top trim level in the Sierra pickup truck lineup with a variety of chrome accents and treatments. This includes chrome inserts in the signature Denali grille up front, as well as chrome mirror caps, chrome six-inch rectangular full-length assist steps, chrome vertical recovery hooks, chrome surround window moldings, and chrome door handles. Meanwhile, the bumpers are body-colored, while the wheels are 20-inch multi-dimensional polished aluminum units.
All told, the chrome look for the GMC Sierra Denali resonates well with customers. But what if the range-topping Denali also offered a black-out appearance package that replaced the shiny bits with black-colored items instead?
Such a package would certainly fall in step with current automotive trends, which seem to show a customer preference for a more monochromatic look.
To note, the mid-range GMC Sierra Elevation already offers something similar, specifically the Elevation Black Package, a $1,095 option that adds black GMC emblems, six-inch black rectangular assist steps, and all-weather floors mats. However, the Elevation Black Package is limited in the number of blacked-out exterior items it has to offer, whereas the proposed Denali black-out package would change out all the chrome on the body. What’s more, the proposed Denali black-out package would be offered on the range-topping Denali trim level, which means it would come loaded with goodies for those customers that desire them.
Which leaves us asking – does the GMC Sierra Denali need a blackout package option? Let us know what you think by voting in the poll below, and make sure to subscribe to GM Authority for more GMC Sierra news, GMC news, and around-the-clock GM news coverage.