As well as being able to host a small festival inside it’s huge cockpit, the Sierra Denali has add some neat little flourishes and upgrades.
Take the high-end leather upholstery for example. This is usually an area where US made cars struggle to compete with its European rivals, but for once GMC delivers premium look and feel to the seats and dashboard. It finally feels like you’re getting the luxury you paid for.
Elsewhere, you’ll notice that the cabin is full of secret panels that lead to extra storage space. Open up the back of the rear seats and you’ll find a spot within them to store stuff. Thankfully, the ride noise has been reduced from the last model. You can hear a pin drop even when the V8 engine is at full roar.
One thing that does grate is the lack of heads-up display on GCC models. The slot for windscreen projector is still cut into the dashboard, but the tech has curiously been left out. Shame.