- The 2023 GMC Canyon will debut on August 11, with GMC providing a teaser for the new midsize pickup truck ahead of its reveal.
- The teaser shows a Canyon AT4X with the Edition 1 package, and the trim level appears to include beefy bodywork and a tough-looking front bumper with a bull bar.
- The 2023 Canyon should follow the Chevy Colorado by offering a turbocharged 2.7-liter inline-four engine and no option for a two-door, regular-cab configuration.
Last week, Chevrolet took the wraps off the new 2023 Colorado, showing a butch new design that will be available exclusively with four doors and a turbocharged 2.7-liter four-cylinder. Now, we are getting a peek at its corporate cousin, with GMC showing a teaser for the 2023 Canyon and announcing that the mid-size pickup truck will be revealed in full on August 11.
The teaser image shows half of the new Canyon's front end, and GMC says that this example is the AT4X model with the Edition 1 package. The AT4X trim, first introduced on the GMC Sierra, will be the most off-road-ready variant in the range, and we can see a chunky front bumper with a large bull bar rising up in front of the grille. The headlights appear to be split into two pieces, with the rectangular upper section consisting of LED daytime running lights and the lower trapezoidal section featuring the main headlights.
The grille is blacked out, and it appears that auxiliary fog lights sit in the middle of the front bumper. The 2023 Canyon AT4X also looks to ride on capable all-terrain tires. We expect the Canyon to adopt the same turbocharged four-cylinder powertrain and cab configuration as the Colorado, and the Canyon should also come in a luxurious Denali trim.
Check back for more information on the 2023 Canyon when all is revealed on August 11. GMC says reservations will open for the AT4X with Edition 1 package when it is unveiled.