2025 GMC Yukon AT4 Shows Fresh Front End in Teaser

2025 gmc yukon at4
2025 GMC Yukon AT4 Shows New Front End in TeaserGMC
  • The 2025 GMC Yukon AT4 has shown its redesigned face for the first time.

  • The full-size three-row SUV follows in the footsteps of its GM siblings, the 2025 Chevy Tahoe and Suburban, which debuted a new look late last year.

  • According to GMC, the 2025 Yukon's full reveal will occur later this year.

Full-size SUVs are the truck-based behemoths we use to haul vast numbers of people and acres of cargo when minivans just won't cut it. GMC is preparing to update its contribution to the three-row-SUV world, as we are now seeing the redesigned face of the 2025 Yukon AT4 for the first time ahead of its late-2024 debut.

The full-size SUV follows in the footsteps of its GM siblings, the 2025 Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban, which were redesigned earlier this year with fancier interiors and a more powerful diesel engine. GMC's teaser doesn't show the full front end of the new Yukon, but the central change appears to be the redesigned headlights. The Yukon's grille and the rest of the front fascia also feature new designs in conjunction with the new headlights.


According to GMC, the 2025 Yukon will be revealed in full later this year. We think changes for the GMC will mirror those of the bowtie brand's SUVs. That means lightly refreshed exteriors and a larger focus on improving the cabin.

2025 chevrolet suburban interior
2025 Chevrolet Suburban.Chevrolet

Those models feature a new column-mounted gear selector, a new standard 17.7-inch touchscreen infotainment system, and a standard 11.0-inch digital gauge cluster. Under the hood, the familiar 5.3- and 6.2-liter V-8s return, and the diesel inline-six is completely overhauled. The redesigned Duramax diesel 3.0-liter inline-six pairs with a 10-speed automatic gearbox and produces 305 horsepower and 495 pound-feet of torque, up from 277 ponies and 460 pound-feet in the older models.

Chevy claims the suspension has been updated for a more refined ride in its pairing, while the steering calibration is also said to be revised. Those both sound good to us, especially considering we were already fans of the surprisingly controlled ride in the full-size SUV. Specifics such as returning trim levels and pricing will be revealed closer to the vehicle's launch.

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