SEMA News—December 2021

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’23 GMC Canyon AT4
GMC

The upcoming ’23 GMC Canyon AT4 underwent high-altitude testing in Colorado. For the all-new ’23 model year, the AT4 trim looks more potent than that of the current truck. The model seen here is the four-door Crew Cab with a short-box setup. It features a high-clearance front bumper treatment, a set of black wheels wearing Goodyear Wrangler Territory AT tires, and what appears to be a suspension lift.

GMC Canyon

According to GM Authority, the ’23 Canyon will be offered with a single engine—GM’s 310hp turbo 2.7L four-cylinder, meaning that the 2.5L four and 3.6L six gassers and 2.8L diesel offered on the current Canyon will be going away.

 
’23 Range Rover Sport SVR
Range Rover

The next-generation Range Rover has been spied multiple times, and Land Rover is also working on the replacement of the Range Rover Sport.

At a first glance, you may not be able to tell the differences between the ’23 Range Rover Sport SVR and regular variants of the SUV due to the thick camouflage. However, vinyl stickers can’t hide the beefier brakes and quad exhaust pipes.

Range Rover

Like the normal ’23 Range Rover Sport, the SVR is said to be built on the Modular Longitudinal Architecture. The platform, shared with the bigger and more luxurious next-generation Range Rover, can accommodate internal-combustion, mild-hybrid, plug-in hybrid and even electric powertrains.

’22 Ford Expedition Timberline
Expedition
Here’s another look at the Expedition Timberline prototype. The refreshed ’22 model clearly shows the new headlight treatment along with several other features, including a unique grille treatment, a high-clearance front fascia, and orange recovery hooks. There’s also a set of black wheels wrapped in Goodyear Wrangler All-Terrain tires, along with a fixed running board. The rear bumper also gets the high-clearance treatment, much like the front end. Those elements are essentially identical to what we’re seeing on the Explorer Timberline, which Ford announced earlier this month.
Expedition

The Expedition will also receive a refresh alongside the new Timberline model; both are expected for the ’22 model year.

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