GMC’s 2024 Sierra EV Denali Edition 1 is finally here – with a 440-mile range

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GMC’s premium, limited-edition 2024 Sierra EV Denali Edition 1 will launch with a GM-estimated 440-mile range this summer.

The 2024 EV pickup’s 440 miles of range will come standard – a 10% increase from the originally estimated range of 400 miles, thanks to optimization of the GM Ultium Platform.

GMC doesn’t reveal details about the motor or battery, but the Denali Edition 1 is 800V DC fast-charging capable at up to 350 kW, enabling up to 100 miles of range in a lightning-fast 10 minutes.

The Sierra EV Denali Edition 1 has also been boosted with a GM-estimated 10,000 pounds of max towing and 1,450 pounds of max payload, an increase of 500 pounds and 150 pounds, respectively, from initial estimates.

In Max Power mode, it’s got 754 horsepower and 785 lb-ft of torque, and it’s crazy fast – it goes from 0-60 in less than 4.5 seconds.

This electric pickup is fully loaded with cool features such as CrabWalk, which allows for diagonal movement at low speeds when the angle of the rear wheels mimics the angle of the front wheels. (The GMC HUMMER EV Pickup and SUV has CrabWalk, too.) It’s a handy feature for when this big truck needs to maneuver in tight spaces.

Its 4-Wheel Steer enables CrabWalk and all four wheels to work together for a smaller turning circle and improved maneuverability.

The Denali Edition 1 has a maximum load floor length of nearly 11 feet with the MidGate down and the MultiPro Tailgate’s load-stop open. There is, of course, also a frunk.

Inside is a 16.8-inch diagonal center touchscreen and a Bose Premium 7-speaker audio system with a rich bass woofer. It also has Super Cruise, GMC’s hands-free advanced driver assistance technology.

Edition 1 reservation holders will work directly with dealers on the ordering process. Deliveries of the 2024 Sierra EV Denali Edition 1 are expected to start this summer at a final starting MSRP of $99,495 (including $1,995 DFC).


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