The start of regular production for the 2023 GMC Yukon kicked off on July 18th, 2022, however, GM has already begun to experience parts shortages for certain components. GM Authority has learned that the Enhanced Trailering Technology Package (RPO code ZM1) is unavailable to order for the time being due to a temporary constraint.
The Enhanced Trailering Technology Package for the 2023 GMC Yukon is an optional extra on the AT4, Denali and Denali Ultimate trim levels and costs $750 to equip on the full-size SUV.
On the AT4 trim level, equipping the Enhanced Trailering Technology Package also requires customers to select the $465 Max Trailering Package (RPO NHT), $1,150 Technology Package (RPO CWM) and $50 Tire Pressure Monitor Sensors (RPO PTT). On the Denali trim level, the Enhanced Trailering Technology Package also requires customers to select the Max Trailering Package, which is $415 with the 3.0L I6 LM2 turbodiesel Duramax engine and $465 with the 6.2L L87 V8 engine, as well as the Trailer Tire Pressure Monitor Sensors. On the Denali Ultimate trim level, the only extra equipment required is the Trailer Tire Pressure Monitor Sensors.
The Enhanced Trailering Technology Package was introduced on the GMC Yukon for the 2022 model year and aims to make towing a little bit easier by adding various towing technologies. It includes the following equipment:
- Trailer Camera Provisions (RPO TRG)
- Trailering Assist Guidelines (RPO THS)
- Auxiliary Trailer Camera (RPO TRO)
Under the body panels, the 2023 GMC Yukon rides on the GM T1 platform, while production takes place at the GM Arlington plant in Texas. The online configurator tool for the full-size SUV recently went live on GMC’s website, as well, allowing prospective customers to select their preferred exterior and interior colors and view various options and equipment packages.