The next generation of GM’s GMC Sierra and GMC Acadia vehicles will have a full-size SUV option.
GMC has launched a new lineup of compact SUVs in the U.S. and Canada called the GMC Cargo.
GM is touting it as the next generation in the company’s cargo-transporting truck lineup, which began in the 1990s.
The new SUV will be available in a lineup of seven models.
The Sierra and Acadia are the first two models in the new SUV lineup.
The Acadia is a five-door SUV that will start at $30,000, and the Sierra is a four-door vehicle that will be starting at $20,000.
The first model in the cargo lineup, the Sierra Sierra Sport, is scheduled to be delivered in early 2018.
The second SUV, the Acadia Sport Utility, is slated to be ready in 2019.
The third SUV, which will also be a four door SUV, is set to be released in 2020.
The fourth SUV, an SUV with a hatchback design, is coming out in 2021.
The fifth SUV, a four doors SUV with optional all-wheel drive, is expected to hit the market by 2022.
The sixth SUV, also a hatch-back SUV, will be ready by 2020.
Finally, the seventh SUV, in 2021, will have an SUV roof.
GM said it will also offer the Sierra Cargo to customers who purchase an Acura LS sedan.
This will be the first time that the Acadias and Sierra Sport models will have SUV roof options.
The truck will be made in Mexico.
GM did not release a price for the new truck.
GM expects to sell about 3 million Sierra and 5 million Acadias in 2021 and 2021 alone.
In its announcement, GM said the Sierra and Sport will begin arriving in 2019 in the United States.
The company also said it expects to ship some of the Acadiac and Sierra Cargo vehicles to customers in 2020 and 2021.
GM and GMCC did not provide any more details about the cargo trucks’ interior design.
GM has been working on a new SUV concept since at least 2020, and it appears to be moving ahead with the concept with a new pickup that has been under development for several years.
The pickup is a new design based on the Chevrolet Trax, which is the same design as the new GMC pickup.
The Trax is the only truck to be offered with a four row bed.
The SUV pickup, which comes with a 7,500-pound payload, is a crossover truck that offers an extended seating position for four people.
The four-row bed is standard on the Trax and the Acadiaras.
The six-row beds, which come with six passengers, are standard on all other GMC pickups.
Read more about the Acadie and Sierra: GMC says it’s working on the next-generation GMC cargo truck, which it hopes to launch in 2019