Meet the Truck That Grew Up to Be a Snowmobile

GMC's All Mountain concept doesn't need any roads

November 27, 2017 9:00 am

Whether it’s a Lamborghini, a Nissan or an off-brand Italian dirt bike, we’ve never met a vehicle we didn’t like a bit better after its manufacturer slapped a set of winter-ready tracks on it.

Unveiled last week at Vail Mountain, the GMC Sierra 2500HD All Mountain is no exception.

With a set of Mattracks 150 Series tracks instead of the Sierra 2500HD’s standard wheels, the backcountry-ready concept build is powered by a Duramax 6.6-liter diesel V8 mated to an Allison six-speed automatic transmission, a combo that produces 910 pound-feet of torque.

GMC Concept (4 images)

Outfitted with interior features like Bose speakers and high-end leather, the 445-HP build is decked out with LEDs on its underbody and wheel well and a pair of Thule snowboard racks.

“With GMC’s focus on premium capability and design, we wanted to ensure that this concept took these signature attributes to an entirely new level,” said GMC exterior designer Carl Zipfel, “The Sierra All Mountain concept’s Mattracks technology enables the truck to conquer uncharted territory.”

If you’d like to check it out, the All Mountain will stay on display at Vail for the winter season.

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