2019 GMC Sierra 1500 Prototype Reveals Noteworthy Upgrades
After the Silverado has been introduced, people are anticipating the GMC Sierra 1500. While there isn’t much difference, the aesthetics and design changes are very much noteworthy and striking.
Its front fascia treatment is the most notable change that you will see. The GMC's grille will rise above the lights, unlike the Silverado that has both the grille and the headlights in the same level. The grille is considerably tall, extending far under the headlights as well. The outer edges of the grille provides this car a rather menacing frown. Furthermore, its headlights are unified on the edges, instead of being split like the Silverado.
The sides don’t reveal any changes at all. On the wheel department, however, it looks like its arches are decidedly different from the Silverado's. The Sierra's arches have a rear-slanted bevel to the fronts of the arches which is different from the rounded ones in the Silverado.
There’s isn’t much difference when looking at the back except for the taillights. They're larger, so much that there are parts where the metal intrudes the space. The taillights also appear to extend further into the bed sides of the prototype.
There’s a huge chance that the Sierra will have both 5.3-liter and 6.2-liter V8s, and there’s reason to believe it might have the new 3.0-liter diesel inline-6. It’s supposed to debut on March 1, so we’ll have to wait and see.