GM revealed the GMC Sierra EV earlier this month. The all-electric pickup will be GMC’s volume player in the nascent, but rapidly-growing electric vehicle space, joining the Hummer EV models as well as the Chevy Silverado EV in GM’s EV expanding portfolio.
Today, we’re taking a closer look at the 2025 GMC Sierra EV AT4 in the following GM Authority spotlight.
Form top to bottom, the 2025 GMC Sierra EV lineup that has been announced thus far consists of Elevation, AT4 and Denali. The Sierra EV AT4 trim level slots right in the middle of the lineup, offering a healthy combination of off-road ability, heavy duty capability, and luxury.
On the exterior, the Sierra EV AT4 features an eTrunk with power operated hood, red tow (recovery) hooks, GMC MultiPro Tailgate, and spray-on bedliner. The all-electric truck is also available with a GMC MultiPro MidGate and a panoramic fixed glass roof. Crabwalk, four-wheel-steering, and Terrain Mode help the Sierra EV AT4 in off-road endeavors, as well as 18-inch wheels with 35-inch all-terrain tires and an additional two inches of ground clearance compared to the Sierra EV Elevation trim.
On the inside, the Sierra EV AT4 gets a 16.8-inch diagonal center touchscreen. Safety features include high definition Surround Vision and Super Cruise semi-autonomous driver assistant. The EV pickup is also available with a 800-volt Fast Charge system and Power Station Pro.
Under the skin, the 2025 Sierra EV AT4 is based on the same narrow track variant of the GM BT1 platform as the Chevy Silverado EV. The Hummer EV SUV and Hummer EV Pickup share the same architecture, albeit modified for a wide track configuration. The all-new 2024 GMC Sierra EV is powered by the Ultium battery pack and Ultium Drive motor technology. Output and range for the AT4 have yet to be revealed, but the range-topping Denali Edition 1 trim is rated at 754 horsepower and 785 pound-feet of torque in Max Power mode, on to an official estimated range of 400 miles on a full charge.
The 2025 GMC Sierra EV AT4 and Elevation will be introduced after the Denali Edition 1, which itself launches early in the 2024 model year. Pricing for the GMC Sierra EV line will start around $50,000, while the Denali Edition 1 will come in at $107,000.
Production will begin at at the GM Factory Zero plant, previously known as the GM Detroit-Hamtramck plant in Michigan. Thereafter, the GM Lake Orion plant, also in Michigan will also assemble the electric truck.