The GMC Yukon 2022 is falling into line with its big SUV siblings, which include the Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban. GMC buyers are going to have an easier time of it than Chevy buyers who want the 6.2. Moreover, the engine is looking like a standalone option on the GMC.
GMC Yukon Digital Gauge Cluster
The Yukon is welcoming the 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster. Thus replacing the prior eight-inch cluster that had an analog tach and speedo. The infotainment system, a little to the right, is going to come with a Google Automotive built-in, obviating the need to pull up Android Auto to get access to Google Maps, Google Assistant, and Google Play Store. The Yukon Denali, just below that, makes the power sliding console standard features instead of a $350 option.
GMC Yukon – Horsepower and Torque
Moreover, the big V8 with 420 horsepower and 460 pound-feet of torque does come with a shiny pair of exhaust finishers. Also, 2022 sees the addition of Redwood Metallic paint. In addition, to some new wheel options, and rocker panels that can be dressed up with illuminated sill plates. The present Yukon offers Max and ProGrade trailering packages. Then, for next year, an Enhanced Trailering Technology Package. It adds a 13-camera trailering bundle with the option for an interior accessory camera. It is for those with enclosed haulers. Then, on the safety side, do expect reverse automatic braking to join the list of available driver assistance features.
The second model year of the latest fifth-generation SUV is the 2022 GMC Yukon. It also includes a few updates and changes over the initial 2021 model year. In fact, among these is the addition of the Buckle to Drive safety feature. It is called RPO code T8Z. Also, it is included as standard across the lineup.