Yukon adapts to driving conditions with the available 2-speed transfer case that allows you to conveniently switch into and out of four-wheel drive.
AT4 image shown. AT4 arriving fall 2020.
The Traction Select System allows you to quickly switch between multiple traction configurations, including Sport mode, Tow/Haul mode, to optimize powertrain calibrations, traction control settings and stability control system calibrations for a variety of terrain and driving conditions.
The Active Response 4WD™ system (late availability) helps you confidently maneuver in slick or off-road conditions by seamlessly sending optimal torque to each wheel to improve traction.
Make a statement and light the way with LED headlamps and taillamps with GMC signature C-shape design that feature daytime running lamps and LED fog lamps.
Yukon offers available premium wheel options that match your sense of style.
The impressive Denali-exclusive dual exhaust system features dual twin polished stainless-steel tips and delivers strong style and performance.
Enjoy impressive sound quality with Bose® audio featuring 14 speakers with Centerpoint® surround sound.
Enjoy expansive views from the dual-pane sunroof that features tilt-sliding with express-open and-close and a power sunshade. Available on SLT and Denali.
Stay connected, entertained and informed with advanced connectivity features that include: an available 4G LTE Wi-Fi® Hotspot, available advanced Navigation and downloadable in-vehicle apps. Available on SLT, standard on Denali.
Standard on every new GMC - GMC Pro Grade Protection has you truly protected with features and services including:
Confidently maneuver through your surroundings with class-leading nine available camera views, including High Definition Surround Vision, and the Rear Camera Mirror that provides a wider, less-obstructed, view behind your vehicle compared to a traditional rearview mirror.
The Forward Collision Alert can alert you when it detects a front-end collision is imminent with a vehicle ahead you are following. The system also can alert you if you are following a detected vehicle much too closely.
The Automatic Emergency Braking operates below 50 mph, and can alert you when it detects a front-end collision is imminent with a vehicle ahead you are following. It also can help reduce the collision’s severity or avoid the collision by automatically applying hard emergency braking if you have not already, or by enhancing driver hard braking.