The sixth generation of GMC’s full-size SUV, the Yukon, will debut sometime next year. The first images of the prototype 2024 GMC Yukon SUV in public testing have been posted, and they show the vehicle covered in extensive camouflage. We did notice some modifications, and the updated Yukon will include a roof fin antenna with a new design.
In addition, the front and back fascia’s have been redesigned as well, and GM’s Ultra Cruise automated driving system may soon be offering additional functions. In ninety-five percent of driving situations, this system will be superior than the present GM Super Cruise system.
2024 GMC Yukon Facelift
Despite its massive size, the 2024 GMC Yukon looks beautiful. Aesthetically, it’s quite sophisticated, giving off an air of both durability and opulence. The AT4 trim has an off-road demeanor owing to a revised front fascia that improves the vehicle’s approach angle, while the Denali variants seem more upscale.
The new Denali Ultimate comes with unique exterior features including dark “Vader Chrome” accents and custom 22-inch wheels. It’s also worth noting that, like the Ford Expedition, this model gives buyers the option between two alternative wheelbase lengths. The extended Yukon XL is bigger than the standard model thanks to a wheelbase that is 15 inches longer.
In 2024, the GMC will focus on With its three-row seating configuration, the Yukon’s cabin provides enough space for passengers and their belongings. If you still need more room after that, the company also offers an XL variant with a longer wheelbase. Folding down chairs increases storage space.
In the Yukon, it’s common to find seating for as many as eight people. If you get the bench seats up front, you can fit nine people, but if you get the captain’s chairs in the second row, you can only fit seven. The 10.2-inch display and wireless connectivity for Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are standard features. There are also six USB connections, SiriusXM radio reception, and a digital gauge cluster with a 12-inch screen.
2024 GMC Yukon Engine Specs
The new 2024 GMC Yukon is powered by a 5.3-liter V8 that produces 355 horsepower and 383 pound-feet of torque as standard equipment. However, the AT4’s most costly version, the Denali, comes equipped with a more powerful 6.2-liter V8 engine. Power for this model tops out at 420 horsepower and 460 lb-ft of torque when running on premium gasoline at 91 octane.
Finally, a diesel inline-six engine is available as an extra powertrain, and it can provide 277 horsepower and 460 pound-feet of torque. The efficiency has been greatly enhanced in comparison to previous versions. Except for the AT4, which comes standard with 4WD, all models feature a 10-speed automatic transmission and rear-wheel drive (RWD).
2024 GMC Yukon Price, Release Date
The starting MSRP for the standard 2024 GMC Yukon with rear-wheel drive is $51,500. The destination charge is not reflected in the displayed price. Starting at $75,200, the Denali XL with four-wheel drive may approach $82,000 with the addition of options.
Comparable vehicles to the GMC Yukon are the new Toyota Sequoia, and the Nissan Armada. The starting price of a Ford Expedition, on the other hand, is $53,000. The new model should hit shelves sometime in the second half of 2023 according to available data.