Posted on January 28, 2016

Mannai Auto Group and GMC will be unveiling three enhanced models – the 2016 Sierra, Terrain, and Yukon – at the Qatar Motor Show 2016. The vehicles – all available with the range topping Denali nameplate – reinforce GMC’s legacy of rugged capability, practical refinement, and incredible power. Visitors to the GMC stand at the Motor Show will also be able to get an up-close-and-personal look at the inspiring 2016 Acadia Denali.

Mr. Mohammed Helmy, Group General Manager, Mannai Auto, said: “GMC’s lineup is uniquely tailored to the needs of Middle Eastern consumers – many of whom are looking for strong, dependable vehicles with an assertive character.” Mr. Marcus Leithe, Managing Director, GMC Middle East said: “Expert craftsmanship and functionality appeal to everyone. Whether it’s a reconfigurable instrument cluster and durable carpet on the interior, or chrome details and bold lines on the exterior, GMC embodies premium design. This attention to detail has been well received across the region.”

The 2016 GMC Sierra gets a fresh and bold appearance and offers new, advanced engineering features designed to complement its crafted interior. The model’s bold exterior design exudes confidence, refinement, and power thanks to a number of new enhancements including significant lighting technology upgrades. Distinguished by a new, more contemporary appearance and additional enhancements, the refreshed 2016 GMC Terrain is a smart choice for customers seeking versatility, style and technology.

The 2016 GMC Yukon provides the capability, refinement, safety, performance and connectivity discerning customers expect. The bold exterior styling combines with a precision-crafted interior and a more standard features designed to broaden the appeal of already one of the industry’s most popular family of full-size SUVs. Motor Show visitors will also be able to see examples of the brand’s latest immersive experience using Oculus virtual reality. It follows the experience of two individuals as they adventure in a 2015 GMC Sierra 3500HD heavy-duty pickup truck.