Refreshed 2024 GMC Yukon Caught Testing Again14
The current fifth-generation GMC Yukon made its big debut for the 2021 model, with the upcoming 2024 GMC Yukon set to introduce a rather extensive mid-cycle update. Now, the refreshed 2024 GMC Yukon has once again been caught testing in prototype form.
Despite some rather extensive body camouflage, these 2024 GMC Yukon prototypes (two of them) still provide us with some interesting hints and tidbits to dissect.
For starters, the front fascia looks like it will get a thorough revision, with a new, broad grille design and reshaped lighting. The C-shaped lighting signatures are once again present and accounted for, but now look a bit brighter than before, while the central vertical lighting elements are new as well. The look will take cues from the refreshed GMC Sierra, as well as possibly the GMC Sierra EV, with LED signatures highlighting the updated face.
Meanwhile, lower in the fascia, the fog lights on the refreshed 2024 GMC Yukon will ditch the vertical orientation of the current model in favor of rounder projector-style units. Notably, these models appear to be the Denali-spec, as indicated by the grille peeking out from behind the camo. The wheels are also an indication that these are Denali models, as one of the prototypes is running a set of large wheels that are 22- or 24-inches in diameter, partially camouflaged by a white-and-black wrap.
Moving over into the rear, we find more camo, suggesting that the refreshed 2024 GMC Yukon will also feature revisions to the taillight housings, likely with new LED lighting elements.
Beyond the aesthetics, the refreshed 2024 GMC Yukon is also set to introduce some significant changes to the onboard tech features. As suggested by the cutouts in the SUV’s front front-end camo, as well as the roof mounted antenna and cameras in the side mirrors, the upcoming will probably introduce new driver assist tech, possibly even the upcoming GM Ultra Cruise system. Also expect changes to the interior layout and onboard infotainment screens.
Stay tuned for all the latest on the upcoming 2024 GMC Yukon refresh, and make sure to subscribe to GM Authority for more GMC Yukon news, GMC news, and around-the-clock GM news coverage.
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Wish list AT4X diesel soild rear axel 2 row 18” rims lockers but socker dads with 4 kids need 3rows soft ride 2nd row ent screens 24” rims super cruise win
You don’t need a solid rear axle.
Nor does he have any use for a front locker, but it is a good conversation piece at the local starbucks so he wants to have it!
Who are you to say “one” doesn’t need a front locker? What does it matter if GM offers it to the public at an outlandish price? Like they already are…don’t buy it if you don’t like it or can’t afford it!
I don’t like lifted trucks….that’s my preference….I like lowered, aggressive looking sport trucks……The 03-06 SS trucks were awesome looking “to me”!!
Gm needs to offer more variations of these vehicles to appeal to more people. Now, offer a base trim without the fancy electronics would be a true game changer! I truly believe there are still “people/drivers” out there that truly love to drive and want to drive the vehicle for themselves instead of the other way around.
They already can’t meet the demand they have. Why bother offering low demand options that they can’t fulfill.
Plus, you already complain about the price but now you want more options to be available?
Just never satisfied.
Low demand options…….LOL, ok….. right now people have foolishly bought and gotten themselves into huge financial issues with purchasing these overpriced Trrucks/SUV’s. I just read an article posted by Ford that 80% of people last quarter financed their vehicles and their monthly payments are OVER $1000 for a Truck/SUV……..that is absolutely insane.
You watch by next June, July, August, the used car market will be flooded with these overpriced Trucks/Suvs.
The supply and demand issue is a joke. Covid is over 2 years ago. The big manufacturers are taking their sweet time on these vehicles, because they know “foolish consumers” can’t wait, and HAVE to HAVE that shiny new vehicle sitting in their driveways/garages.
There must be a Toyota or a Jeep that would better fit your needs.
New Small Block V8’s……….400 HP/425 TQ in a new 5.7L (350) 470HP/510TQ in a new 6.2L.
Add a true SS model with the Escalade V motor, with paddle shifters, and Corsa dual exhaust…I’m a huge fan of speed, towing, aggressive stance/look, and comfort
Add a true off roader for those who prefer it. locking front/rear diffs
Offer a base model in the 40k range that skips all the electronics and lets the customer “DRIVE” the vehicle instead of all the nonsense of “the vehicle” driving for them.
People don’t understand how instance of a situation one has to be in where a locking front diff is of any use over a traction based system. That is the most useless current feature on these trucks, just a big conversation piece. You are talking about maybe 5 people who buy these might be in a situation where a front locker is of any use, but it is the cool must have people want to talk about. Up until these started appearing it was long travel external reservoir shocks. Save the money and development costs and use it elsewhere or to keep costs more reasonable. Everything added gets passed down through the line which is why base vehicles costs so much. The WT guys aren’t wanting the massaging seats and other box checker luxuries but they have to help pay for it unfortunately thanks to these image conscious dads. If they want a front locker go buy a G-wagon, it is right down their alley…
Wishlist: BRING BACK THE VORTEC 8100
A solid rear axel can carry more weight nice if there was 3/4 ton Hd suburban/Yukon XL one can tow heavy hitch wt trailers
I wish they would do away with the “C” style lights.
Kind of dated in my book.