GM has unveiled the $107,000 electrified 2024 GMC Sierra Denali
GM’s objective of selling only EVs by 2035 is well on its way, with strong demand for the GMC Hummer EV and the Chevy Silverado already in place. The carmaker resorted to social media on Thursday to debut its third electric product, the burly-looking Sierra Denali EV, and it does not disappoint.
Officially known as the GMC Sierra EV Denali Edition 1, it will be on sale in early 2024 with an MSRP of $107,000 plus dealer costs. Because the Sierra uses the same Ultium battery technology as the Hummer and Silverado, GM expects it will have 400-plus miles of range on a single charge (80 miles more than the 2024 Blazer EV revealed in July), 574 HP/785 lb-ft torque, 22-inch wheels, and the capacity to tow up to 9,500 pounds.
The Sierra should be able to add 100 miles of range for every ten minutes of station time on a DC fast charge, provided you invest in the 800W electrical design, which is expected to be an optional feature with four-wheel steering and crab walking capabilities. The Sierra, like other Ultium cars, will feature bidirectional charging, allowing it to power domestic appliances for up to 21 days, according to GM’s product site. A three-year subscription to GM’s SuperCruise hands-free ADAS technology will also be offered.
The Denali is the first of three Sierra EV models set to arrive in the coming years. The regular edition Sierra EV Elevation with 18-inch rims will be available in early 2025. The off-road capable AT4 will debut a year early in 2024, with two inches more ground clearance than the standard Elevation.