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.