One thing is certain, though: both have been created with the Middle East customer in mind. The first one is a GMC Sierra 1500 AT4 featuring an additional trailer that turns the truck into “the ultimate camping machine,” according to the company. Made from the bed section of a Sierra AT4, the trailer is outfitted with a tent that fits snugly into the bed.
The vehicle also features a fridge, sink and cooker so that occupants have all their home comforts when out on an adventure. Other accessories include a MultiPro Tailgate Audio System by Kicker, Mounted off-road Sport Bar, and Auxiliary Accessory Trailer Camera that provides a live camera feed to the cabin when reversing and parking.
As an homage to the Middle East, the Sierra 1500 AT4 truck is wrapped with the map of the region “paying homage to its only export location outside of North America,” as per the official press release.
The second GMC concept on display in Dubai is based on the Yukon and features a number of accessories including front and rear GMC Emblem Set in black and white, roof-mounted Hull-A-Port Pro Kayak Carrier by Thule, as well as gloss black trim and wheels. Rounding off the modifications is a pinkish red paint (or wrap) that’s definitely not among the standard colors offered for the Yukon.
The GMC Yukon study also appears to feature an aftermarket gloss black grille complete with an aerodynamic deflector above it, though GMC does not mention either of them in the release.