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I'm so pumped for this. In a lot of ways, the outgoing Canyon/Colorado are still at the top of the midsize truck segment, so an all-new truck (especially an off-road version) stands a good chance of leapfrogging the competition.

GMC put out a teaser and press release earlier this month and it's enough to keep me hooked until whenever they pull the wraps off later this summer. Has anybody heard a firm date for the debut?
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From GMC:
Next-Generation GMC Canyon to Bolster Off-Road Performance with AT4X
A new standard in advanced off-road performance to be revealed summer 2022

DETROIT – Today, GMC teased the next-generation Canyon mid-size truck and confirmed the introduction of the AT4X trim to the Canyon lineup. The Canyon will become the second vehicle in GMC’s lineup to adopt the AT4X trim – GMC’s off-road optimized performance trim that offers serious capability and uncompromising refinements.

The current generation Canyon debuted in 2014. Since then, GMC has upgraded the mid-size truck over the years to include the AT4 trim and an off-road performance package that adds a 1-inch suspension leveling kit, off-road rocker panel protection, and front and mid skid plates. Most recently, GMC revealed the Canyon AT4 concept last year, which included a number of off-roading and overlanding accessories.

The next-generation Canyon AT4X signals the next chapter for GMC’s mid-size truck with the teaser previewing the Canyon AT4X’s badging, rocker protectors and 17-inch beadlock-capable wheels.

GMC will reveal the next-generation Canyon including Canyon AT4X in summer 2022.

AT4X: The peak in premium off-roading performance
First introduced on the 2022 GMC Sierra, the AT4X trim is the off-road optimized evolution of GMC’s increasingly popular AT4 sub-brand.
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