GMC reveals top-of-the-range Acadia Denali crossover |

Did you ever think that the huge GMC Acadia, which for some reason is marketed as a crossover, needed an extra touch of luxury? Then you’ll be happy to hear that the automaker has just presented the Acadia Denali top-of-the-range model, which will be formally unveiled at the GMC stand next January at the Detroit Auto Show.

The new trim line will feature a variety of high end options, tacked onto the 3.6-liter V6 model which will be available in both front and all-wheel drive, and with seven or eight seats. On the outside you will see a monotone paint, a new honeycomb grille, revamped front and rear fascias, new HID headlamps, chrome accents wherever possible and plenty of badges. The car will be riding on six-spoke 20-inch wheels, and can be painted in shades like Quicksilver Metallic, Summit White, Carbon Black, Red Jewel Tintcoat or White Diamond Tricoat.

On the inside, you will be truly pampered with things like the high end audio system, perforated leather, heated and cooled seats, mahogany accents on the dash, a head-up display, Dual SkyScape sunroof, a tri-zone automatic climate control, navigation, bluetooth, OnStar, a DVD system for the rear seats, a rearview camera and, last but not least, a remote starting feature.

No word yet on price, but you will find the 2011 GMC Acadia Denali occupying a big chunk of the Detroit Auto Show.

Source: GMC

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