Introduced back in 2022, the GMC Sierra AT4X stands as the most off-road-focused Sierra model to date, featuring a bevy of all-terrain goodies to take its capabilities the next level. Now, the Sierra AT4X is offered with additional appearance accessories to cement it’s go-anywhere frame-of-mind.
For reference, the GMC Sierra AT4X received a new set of wheels for the 2024 model year, namely the $3,695 LPO or dealer-installed 18-inch Black Face Beadlock capable wheels with Oxide Gold Decorative Ring (RPO code EU2). Now, customers have the option to replace the Oxide Gold rings that are included in the wheel set with new decorative add-ons.
Priced at $1,195 over the EU2 wheels, these fresh decorative rings include (relevant RPO code in parenthesis):
- LPO, Red Decorative Rings for Beadlock capable wheels (VYN)
- LPO, Black Decorative Rings for Beadlock capable wheels (VYP)
It’s worth noting that these decorative rings are only available on the Sierra AT4X trim level. In addition, the beadlock wheels can’t be ordered in conjunction with the AT4X AEV Edition (RPO code ULV).
As a reminder, the GMC Sierra AT4X is now available with one of two engine options, including the standard-for-2024 3.0L I6 LZ0 turbodiesel Duramax engine, rated at 305 horsepower and 495 pound-feet of torque, and the optional naturally aspirated 6.2L V8 L87 gasoline engine, rated at 420 horsepower and 460 pound-feet of torque.
Meanwhile, the GM 10-speed automatic transmission sends the output to ground through a standard four-wheel drivetrain.
In regard to structure, the Sierra rides on the GM T1 platform – which it shares with the Chevy Silverado – while production takes place at the GM Fort Wayne plant in Indiana and the GM Silao plant in Mexico.