GMC Sierra All Mountain

Apr 5, 2017

Category: Rides

Generally speaking, if you were to find yourself on the top a mountain in a ski resort your main focus would be enjoying your trip to the bottom. The team at GMC? They’re much more interested in figuring out how to climb to the peak, which is why they built the GMC Sierra All Mountain.

This one of a kind ice-eating monster was built with the explicit purpose of conquering one of Whistler Blackcomb’s tallest peaks, Flute Bowl. In order to outfit this vehicle to do just that, a dedicated group of engineers fitted the GMC Sierra All Mountain with 175 Series Mattracks to displace weight and help it tromp across the top of the snow. These tracks, along with a z71 off-road suspension package, and LED lights for days make it so this abominable automobile can rip its way to the top of any peak without getting caught in snowdrifts. But the real star of the show here is the powerplant. The GMC Sierra All Mountain is outfitted with a 6.6 liter Duramax diesel with a wild 910 pound feet of torque and the ability to churn out 445 horses. Ain’t no mountain high enough for this thing.

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