The fight for heavy-duty pickup truck superiority is alive and well, with just about every truck-making brand unveiling a new and impressive entry for 2020. And while the likes of Dodge and their new Ram HD line can boast class-topping towing and torque, GMC is hot on their tail with their high-tech Sierra Heavy Duty Pickup Trucks.
While the top tier engine option doesn’t quite stand up to Ram’s big announcement — with a 6.6-liter turbocharged Duramax V8 good for 445 horsepower and 910 pound-feet of torque — the Sierra HD line makes up for it with loads of onboard tech unheard of elsewhere. This includes a revolutionary 15-viewpoint trailer camera system that virtually removes whatever you’re towing from your rear vision, helping tremendously with road safety. Mated to that, the line also still comes with GMC’s ever-impressive MultiPro tailgate and its six reconfigurable layouts. And, along with the base model and Denali trim, a new off-road-ready AT4 trim — with reworked springs and shocks, skid plates, all-terrain tires, and a locking rear differential — will be offered. Pricing and availability have yet to be unveiled.