Top 10 Upcoming Chevrolet and GMC Vehicles: American Cars, SUVs and Trucks of 2022

In an effort to ride out the troubles of the recent years, Chevrolet and GMC have been delaying official market releases of their new models. 2022 on the other hand is the year when the GM execs are giving a go to the backlog of new inventory and we are ready to give you a recap of the upcoming trucks and SUVs. In this video we will go over the expected prices, technical data and shall overview exterior and interior designs of the American newcomers.
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#1 2022 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

A common trend in the half ton pickup segment, dictates that the 2022 Silverado had to improve its interior and technological packages, plus expand off-road capabilities. Consequently the 1500 range gets an all new flagship trim called ZR2.

#2 2022 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Special Edition and C8 Z06 Rumors

As a part of the ongoing efforts to make the 8th generation Vette an even better mid-engine supercar, Chevy releases a Championship C8R limited edition version and is currently developing the C8 Z06 Vette, that shall become the world’s most powerful naturally aspirated auto.

#3 2022 GMC Canyon AT4 OVRLANDX Off-Road Concept

2022 GMC Canyon AT4 OVRLANDX Off-Road Concept once again reinforces GMC’s commitment to delivering the most off-road capable yet premium vehicles.

#4 2022 Chevy Next Gen Camaro ZL1

Developed for the NASCAR Cup Series, the Camaro ZL1 is a part of the next generation racing trio, alongside the Toyota Camry TRD and Ford Mustang. The three share nearly identical platforms, but do differ in exterior looks, that are inspired by their production counterparts.

#5 2022 GMC Terrain AT4

The 2022 GMC Terrain receives a much-needed exterior refresh, better on-board features, as well as its first off-road-ready AT4 modification.

#6 2022 Chevrolet Equinox

Chevy’s best-selling 5-seater SUV brings it’s A-game into the 2022 model year with refreshed front and rear fascias, redesigned grille and new LEDs for the head and taillights. The new Equinox lineup now includes an RS trim.

#7 Chevrolet Bolt EV and EUV

The 2022 Bolt arrives in to distinctive styles: an egg-shaped hatchback Bolt EV and a subcompact crossover Bolt EUV. After the battery recall issues have been resolved, GM expects to resume the production of the newcomers in the middle of the fall.

#8 2022 GMC Sierra

If you competing in the same segment as Ford F-150 and Ram 1500, simply tweaking exterior styling and adding a few horsepower is a dead-end street. For this reason, the 2022 Sierra 1500 will heavily rely on the GM’s Super Cruise hands-off driving assistance system, with several industry-first features.

#9 2022 Chevrolet Traverse

The refreshed Chevrolet Traverse was originally intended to go on sale a year ago, but instead, it will now be launching as a 2022 model. The facelift makes the 3-row SUV more aligned with the rest of the Chevy’s lineup, so we are looking at Suburban-like front and rear facias, and more advanced exterior lighting.

#10 2022 Chevrolet Copo Camaro

10 years after the launch of the track-only Copo Camaro, Chevy decides to truly treat drag racing fans. The car debuts with a huge 9.4L aka 572 cubic feet big block V8, that was never before offered on a modern Copo.

#11 2022 GMC Acadia

The story of the second-generation Acadia continues: in 2022, the mid-size SUV offers a slimmer lineup, as the entry level SL model and the base 2.5L engine are discontinued. Same is true for the 5-seat layout that was previously available exclusively on the AT4. The highest-level, Denali trim is confirmed to get a Light Stone Metallic exterior color option and new design 20inch wheels, while rumors also suggest the Black Diamond Edition package that premiered in 2021 on GMC Sierra.

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