2008 GMC Denali XT Concept
The Denali XT concept will be shown at the Auto Show in Chicago. One of the main advantages that it offers is that he fuel consumption has been lowered by 50%, but the car also presents some of the future GMC truck design language that could be used for GM pickup trucks.
The Denali XT has an unibody architecture and rear wheel drive, but it falls in the Sport Utility truck, so it is a concept between an SUV and a pickup truck. The Denali Xt is equipped with a 4.9L version of GM’s V8, with fuel saving technologies such as direct-injection and Active Fuel management. In addition, this concept also features a two mode hybrid propulsion system, which includes all electric drive at low speeds. The Denali also includes a cargo space enhancing Midgate and height adjustable suspension.
The interior blends mechanical functionality with leather-trimmed comfort. The billet-metal surrounds, controls and instruments give the feeling of an aircraft cockpit. The car has a four seat interior, which is spacious and also provides generous cargo space.
In the front of the car we’ll find a multilink suspension with a forward-mounted steering rack and dual lower links with ball joints, providing sharp responses to driver input. At the rear, a four-link suspension design uses coil-over shocks and a decoupled stabilizer bar to enhance cornering control and reduce body roll.
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