Officially breaking cover in October of last year, the 2024 GMC Sierra EV Denali Edition 1 drops in as the range-topper in the all-electric GMC Sierra EV lineup, offering impressive specs and technology, all without a tailpipe. So far, we’ve seen the GMC Sierra EV as a prototype, in official press photos, and in near-showroom-ready form out in the real world. Now, we’re checking out the 2024 GMC Sierra EV Denali Edition 1 as it plies the public roadways in an attractive shade of gray.
Although the exact name of this paint color is not yet known, it certainly looks nice on the body panels of the all-electric GMC Sierra EV. Matched with the black detailing and polished trim, the color works well with the overcast Michigan skies.
Up front, we see the Sierra EV’s characteristic aero-friendly fascia design, with a large, blocked-off “grille” and black lower bumper. The trim around the grille is bright silver, while one of the panels in the lower bumper is matched to the rest of the body. Front-end lighting includes L-shaped upper signatures and square-shaped lower lighting elements. The GMC badge is finished in black and ringed in silver.
Moving into the sides, the profile of this 2024 GMC Sierra EV Denali Edition 1 shows black trim around the windows, as well as black mirror caps. The door handles are matched to the rest of the body, while the Denali badge lower in the door is backed in black and presents polished silver lettering. Two-tone wheels roll in the corners, showing more silver and black coloring. Silver trim is seen on the step-ups as well.
In back, we see L-shaped taillight graphics that seem to mirror the front lighting signatures, with black housings and a black bumper as well. Interestingly, the rear GMC badge is red, rather than black like the front badge.
With regard to specs, the GMC Sierra EV provides an estimated 400 miles of range per charge, with output rated at 754 horsepower and 758 pound-feet of torque thanks to a set of GM Ultium Drive motors. Juice is provided by a GM Ultium battery pack that can recharge with 100 miles of range in just 10 minutes. The GM BT1 platform provides the underpinnings. Production takes place at the GM Factory Zero plant, while the GM Lake Orion plant will produce additional units in the future.
Per previous GM Authority coverage, reservations for the GMC Sierra EV Denali Edition 1 filled in just 15 minutes.