2020 GMC Acadia is about to show to the world its new face. It happens after few years of current version existence, and before the major change that will happen in 2023. When it comes to the next year model, it is a combination of small and cute five-door SUV and long and very handy rough vehicle. According to the spy photos, this roughness will be supported in a future model, as the shape of the car along with its size should remain. The only changes in the engine are actually in transmission, while engines should be the same.
The only we were able to see on new 2020 GMC Acadia was its shape and maybe few details that were visible through the camouflage. However, we saw changes in the design of the ends, mostly in the wider air intake and maybe larger lights, while the front end is much more squared now along with the great position of the bumpers. The rear end was also covered, but there are sharpen edges, too, and possibly wider bumper on the bottom. The car should offer as a regular and double-cab model. Regular model is made on the same C1 platform as Cadillac XT5, while the double-cab model shares the platform with Buick Enclave and Cadillac TX6.
The manufacturer has not said much about the cabin in 2020 GMC Acadia and we were not being able to see how it looks like on spy photos. However, they announced many novelties in that term, and we surely expect it since GM significantly changed their equipment in past few years.
When it comes to the engine, 2020 GMC Acadia comes with unchanged performances. There are two engines as optional under the hood. Besides the 2.5-liter four-cylinder as a base model, there is also a stronger 3.6-liter V6 in higher trims. The only changed when it comes to the engine is the transmission, which now should be a nine-speed automatic transmission developed in Ford instead of the current six-speed automatic one.
2020 GMC Acadia Release Date and Price
2020 GMC Acadia should be on the market in the second half of 2019, as, according to spy photos, it will not be finished before that. The price is not known, but we expect something around $30,000 compared with the old models. The model will be made in GM Spring Hill Plant in Tennessee. However, the model will surely be lightweight and smaller, with obvious changes on ends and in the overall look and should get a new design of the cabin.