The GMC company has always stood for greatness. Starting with a Canyon AT4, GMC added a heavy-duty front bumper with a winch and recovery points, an AEV rear bumper, increased underbody protection, and rocker-panel protectors. A lift kit and 33-inch BFGoodrich KM3 Mud-Terrain tires on 17-inch AEV Crestone wheels provide 10 inches of ground clearance and a 27.7-degree approach angle. The snorkel helps the Ovrlandx travel through up to 32.1 inches of water and guy lines running between the roof and hooks on the front.
The Canyon AT4 shows off-road prowess. Thanks to its Multimatic DSSV shocks but then takes the platform to a whole new altitude. It’s to be recognized as a larger tire base with 33-inch off-road tires and AEV Wheels.
This GMC is really unstoppable.
The vehicle itself has a wide suspension and a wider track. This is to clear the ground way better for stability. Afterward, it’s a whole wave of underbody protection. The frontal guylines keep branches away from breaking the truck’s windshield.
On top of that, this truck is also capable of electronically locking both the frontal and rear-side differentials. It’s to ensure that it will unstuck itself regardless of the situation. There are AEV metal bumpers that round it all out so it looks like a swinging rear spare tire carrier can make the truck look tough too.
Furthermore, John Owens, the lead creative designer for the concept truck, says this: “The Canyon AT4 OvrlandX concept truck’s designed to balance functionality with aesthetics. When you’re overlanding, capability is an important factor, but doing it with premium style and comfort elevates the experience even further for customers who truly want zero compromises.”
GMC and AEV deliver here the best results here. It’s as if nothing can stop the Canyon AT4. developed by the automaker GMC.