General Motors unveiled the refreshed 2024 GMC Sierra HD in October of last year, revealing a revised exterior, an overhauled interior, an updated trim level lineup, and powertrain changes as well. Naturally, many GMC Sierra HD owners will be eager to use their heavy-duty pickup for towing duties, and now, those customers will be happy to learn that the optional auxiliary trailer camera system is finally available to order for the 2024 GMC Sierra HD.
Tagged with RPO code TRO, the auxiliary trailer camera system for the 2024 GMC Sierra HD was previously unavailable since the start of production. Now, however, GM Authority has learned that the feature is finally available.
The auxiliary trailer camera system for the 2024 GMC Sierra HD is offered as an LPO-level option, which means it is installed by the dealer, rather than at the factory when the vehicle is initially produced. The accessory includes a wired camera and installation hardware, all of which is shipped loose for either dealer or aftermarket installation. The included wire is 59 feet long, or 18 meters.
The auxiliary trailer camera system is priced at $995, and is offered as an optional extra for 2024 GMC Sierra HD SLE, SLT, AT4, Denali, and Denali Ultimate trim levels. The feature is not offered for the Pro trim level, nor is it available for the Regular Cab body configuration.
The latest 2024 GMC Sierra HD refresh introduces brand-new exterior styling with revisions made to the front fascia, grille, and front bumper. Six new exterior colors join the lineup as well, including Titanium Rush Metallic, Sterling Metallic, Volcanic Red Tintcoat, Redwood Metallic, Meteorite Metallic, and Downpour Metallic. The cabin space for SLE and SLT trim levels was updated as well, while AT4, Denali, and Denali Ultimate trim levels receive a premium interior design.
Motivation is sourced from the naturally aspirated 6.6L V8 L8T gasoline engine as standard, while the updated 6.6L V8 L5P turbodiesel Duramax engine is offered as an optional upgrade. Under the skin, a more-capable variant of the GM T1 platform provides the bones, while production takes place at the GM Flint Assembly plant in Michigan.