As we swung into the beginning of the pandemic in the summer of 2020, people discovered overlanding, which allowed them to travel while being safely outside and away from other humans. So, more automakers are jumping on the bandwagon and showcasing what could be with interesting concepts and aftermarket accessories at this year’s Overland Expo Mountain West 2021 where GMC is showcasing its Canyon AT4 OverlandX Concept.
GMC starts with the Canyon AT4, which has a base price of $38,400, and goes from there, adding in-truck and off-road accessories to make this a truck fit for a survivalist.
In terms of the go-anywhere accessories, you’re looking at:
This means the truck would have a 10-inch ground clearance and could ford up to 32.1 inches of water.
And if you’re looking at accessories for camping, the GMC Canyon AT4 OverlandX provides the following:
If only it provided a shower and toilet, I’d be totally in.
Forget overlanding, bring on the zombie apocalypse. This concept looks like it can tackle any terrain while fighting off someone who wants to eat your brains – all while giving you the accessories you need to make a cup of hot coffee in the morning.
Seriously, though, this concept shows off all the cool possibilities for owners to accessorize their trucks for any eventuality.
All images on this page courtesy of General Motors.