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Zane Merva

Executive Editor, GM-Trucks.com

3/1/18

 

Get ready, GMC is set to finally take the covers off the all new 2019 GMC Sierra and we're LIVE at the event to bring you the best coverage. The offical show starts to get down at 3pm eastern, Noon pacific today, March 1st, 2018. 

 

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GMC is making this unveiling easy on enthusiasts by live streaming the big reveal on facebook. We've made it easy to watch by embedding it into this post. 

 

So, check back here at 3pm and get ready for a ton of news that we can't wait to share. From what we've seen so far, the Sierra won't just be another Silverado and stands to carry brand unique features, at least from the start. 

 

2019 Sierra – Diesel Engine, Carbon Fiber Cargo Box, Amazing Tailgate and Trailer Technology – Images and Facts:

 

 

2019 GMC Sierra Denali Image Gallery:

 

 

2019 GMC Sierra SLT Videos:

2019 GMC Sierra Images:

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Zane gets a close up demo of the new tailgate:

 

Zane gets a closer look at the carbon fiber bed:

 

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10 minutes ago, Robopie said:

3pm EST?  PST?  CST? 

 

3 Eastern, 12 Pacific. 

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Can't wait. Was going to miss this due to my schedule today, but I woke up feeling a bit blue. So I'll be in bed today watching the reveal live.

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I'm waiting for things to get going. Already saw the Sierra and it looks great. Some cool features that were not mentioned on the 2019 Silverado will be announced. Stay tuned. 

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Small tidbit.. I was able to confirm the 2019s will be on dealer lots in Oct time frame or a bit earlier. 

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Does the front end look better than the Sivlerado?  Hopefully, yes? 

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4 minutes ago, Colossus said:

Does the front end look better than the Sivlerado?  Hopefully, yes? 

I like it. Very close to the shopped image that's been floating around. 

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The link on this page doesn't seem to want to work for me, just shows an ie error page.

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standing by.. I like the sight of this one.

reminds me of the older 96-99 a bit more.(my favorite of all time)

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5 minutes ago, BIGDOGx said:

The link on this page doesn't seem to want to work for me, just shows an ie error page.

You can also watch on GMCs Facebook page

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