As GM Authority has covered in the past, Flat Out Autos’ modern-day GMC Jimmy offers prospective customers the opportunity to own a General Motors’-derived off-road SUV alternative to the Ford Bronco. Now, pricing for the 4X4 Jimmy has officially been released.
Per a social media post from Flat Out Autos, the base price for the conversion starts at $129,950, which includes the purchase of a new 2023 GMC Sierra or 2023 Chevy Silverado. Flat Out Autos also offers optional upgrades like a Fox suspension setup, roof rack, and custom wheel and tires packages for extra charge.
It’s worth noting that there are only 10 spots left for 2023.
As background, Flat Out Autos takes a GMC Sierra 1500 pickup in Single Cab / Long Bed configuration, and chops the bed down to 5 feet, 8 inches, and forms a true unibody construction. Power-folding rear seats are added out back, while the roof is designed to be removable to provide an open-air experience, as desired. In addition, there’s been rumors that other iterations of the Jimmy will be offered, including an extended-wheelbase variant, as well as a four-door variant. However, only the single-cab style is offered at this time.
Designed around the AT4 or Trail Boss trim levels, this custom SUV is powered by the 5.3L V8 L84, which produces 355 horsepower and 383 pound-feet of torque from the factory. As expected from an all-terrain SUV, each unit features a four-wheel drivetrain.
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Flat Out Autos took its GMC Jimmy build to the 2022 SEMA Show, and was showered with positive responses from fans. The Jimmy was on display at the Flat Out Autos booth (Central Hall Booth #24675) alongside the 1968 International Travelall Restomod. Looking towards the future, Flat Out Autos stated that they will build more units of the off-roader, and that each will be uniquely tailored to the client’s specifications.