GMC Terrain: the Latest evidence before its presentation in Detroit 2017


Cosmetic square for the second generation of the Terrain.

General Motors will introduce the second generation of the GMC Terrain at the Detroit motor show, 2017. This will be the second-generation model, which came to market in 2010 as a derived from the Chevrolet Equinox, although a few years before GM sold the Opel Antara in some markets of the Middle East precisely under this name.

The SUV of average size of GM will share the new platform with the Chevy Equinox, recently introduced and that is about to be marketed in dealerships of the brand in the united States. Following the presentation in Detroit 2017, where will be revealed alongside the Chevrolet Traverse, the new SUV from GMC will be sold shortly after its launch.

as well as the model of Chevrolet, the new generation of the Terrain descend of size, to enter in competition with other SUVs of average size, like the Honda CR-V or Ford Escape.


To the point of being introduced and has not lost even a gram of camouflage.

despite sharing a platform and numerous details, the Terrain will continue enjoying a design is clearly different with the model of Chevrolet, which in this generation was born much more sharp and sleek. The new SUV from GMC will continue with that style and gross square, next to the large pick-ups by americans.

The prototype we have been able to hunt all of our photographers does not present many novelties with respect to previous mules of evidence hunted in 2016. In fact, the camouflage is used is very similar to that which we saw in the first mules of evidence. Very deep, not allowing even a glimpse of certain areas of the model, as the front or the area of the pillar C.

The range of engines we can expect will be rather different to the one that presents the Chevrolet Equinox in 2018. If the latter has an engine of 1.5 liters and 4 cylinders as a mechanical base, the GMC will expect a block of at least 2.5-litre supercharged, in addition to a possible block of six cylinders in V.