June 19, 2024
SUVs & Crossovers

Spy Photos Show GMC Terrain Fully Revealed for 2025

A few months back, GMC hinted at the upcoming 2025 Terrain compact SUV and announced that there would be a reveal later this year. While we await the official unveiling, a spy photographer managed to capture the GMC Terrain without any camouflage. This gives us an early glimpse of the Terrain in both AT4 and Denali trims.

As a mechanical sibling to the recently updated 2025 Chevy Equinox, there are some similarities in the roofline, C-pillar, and window lines. However, the GMC Terrain still maintains its unique identity. The front end features GMC’s signature vertical headlights and tall grille with a distinctive black surround. The fender flares are more pronounced, especially with the amber marker lights over each wheel, and there are subtle changes to the taillights and bumper. The AT4 and Denali models also showcase design variances, with the AT4 sporting black contrasting elements and the Denali featuring body-colored accents. Additionally, the AT4 comes with tow hooks and smaller wheels equipped with all-terrain tires.

The interior of the Terrain sets itself apart from the Equinox with a more rectangular and crisp design reminiscent of larger GMC models. In addition, the touchscreen display is oriented vertically compared to the landscape layout in the Chevy. While it is uncertain if this screen will be standard across all trims, GM’s trend towards larger screens in their vehicles suggests that it might be featured even in base models.

Sharing the same platform as the Equinox, the Terrain is expected to be powered by a turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine producing 175 horsepower. Both front-wheel drive with a CVT and all-wheel drive with an eight-speed automatic should be available. The AT4 variant appears to have revised bumpers for improved off-road capability, potentially offering additional protection and better approach and departure angles. The inclusion of a twin-clutch rear differential for enhanced traction and torque-vectoring capabilities might be a possibility but remains speculative.

Stay tuned for more information as GMC prepares to officially introduce the 2025 Terrain.


Q: What are the key differences between the AT4 and Denali trims of the GMC Terrain?

A: The AT4 features black contrasting elements and all-terrain tires, while the Denali showcases body-colored accents and a more refined appearance.


With distinctive styling cues, unique interior design, and potential off-road enhancements, the 2025 GMC Terrain seems poised to make a statement in the compact SUV segment. Keep an eye out for the official reveal to discover all the details about this highly anticipated vehicle.

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