GMC Yukon and long-wheelbase Yukon XL, received their auto show debut at today's 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show. Showing off a bigger, bolder look, particularly on its Denali trim, the Yukon sports prominent chrome grille instantly identifies GMC's new top-end SUV.
The Yukon is will come to market with a pair of engines. The base
5.3-liter V8 pumps out 355 horsepower and 383 pound-feet of torque,
while the higher-end models benefit from the same direct-injected,
6.2-liter V8 as the Escalade. That engine makes 420 horsepower and 450
pound-feet of torque, with fuel economy seeing a likely boost thanks to
an active fuel management system. Like the Tahoe, Suburban and Escalade, the Yukon takes advantage of a six-speed, column-mounted automatic transmission.
The cabin has seen significant upgrades in terms of materials and technology, with an eight-inch touchscreen display and IntelliLink standard in both Yukon and Yukon Denali.
Fold-flat second and third-row seats come standard, while a power
option is available, as well. Other techy features include active noise
cancellation and standard Bose stereos.
Thanks to: Autoblog