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GMC Terradyne

GMC Terradyne

GMC Terradyne

GMC Terradyne

GMC Terradyne interior
Make GMC
Model Terradyne
Concept year 2000
Production year -
Engine 6.6 litre turbodiesel V8

The GMC Terradyne was a powerful looking pickup concept unveiled at the 2000 Detroit Motor Show.

The concept, which was styled by Carl Zipfel, was a versatile truck which could be used as family transport as well as for hauling cargo.

The cab of the Terradyne was located slightly further forward and higher than was normal for a pickup. This meant that it had better visibility and also more interior space without encroaching too much on the cargo space.

At the rear of the GMC Terradyne concept was a 6 foot long cargo bay. However this could be extended to a full 8 foot thanks to the electrically operated extension which was built into the bed sides. Smaller items could be carried in the lockable storage compartments built into the sides of the cargo bay.

Under the hood of the GMC Terradyne was a 6.6 litre, turbodiesel V8 which developed 300 horsepower. This was connected to a five speed automatic transmission and 4WD system.

The engine of the GMC Terradyne could also act as a generator providing up to 5000 Watts. This feature would have been especially useful if the vehicle were to have been used on job sites where there was a lack of mains electricity.

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