History of GMC
GMC (formerly the General Motors Truck Company (1911–1943), or the GMC Truck & Coach Division (1943–1998)) is a division of the American automobile manufacturer General Motors (GM) that primarily focuses on trucks and utility vehicles. GMC currently makes SUVs, pickup trucks, vans, and light-duty trucks. In the past, GMC also produced fire trucks, ambulances, heavy-duty trucks, military vehicles, motorhomes, transit buses, and medium duty trucks.
While many of their vehicles are mechanically similar, GMC is positioned as a premium offering to the mainstream Chevrolet brand, and includes luxury trims Denali and Hummer EV. In North America, GMC vehicles are almost always sold alongside Buick (another premium brand) vehicles at multi-brand dealerships.
GMC or General Motors Company builds high-end work trucks,SUVsand vans. Their lineup start with their popular Sierra 1500 followed up by the Sierra 2500 HD and the 3500 HD. Their SUVs are their large and in charge Yukon and Yukon XL and the smaller Acadia. They also have a smaller utility truck known as the Canyon. Which they also make an EV version of. On the purely work side of things they have the Savana van lineup consisting of the cargo/cargo3500 the and passenger/passenger350.