What is a GMC?

What is a GMC?

GMC is the commercial vehicle division of General Motors. GMC is taken from the first letter of its English name: General Motro Corporation. General Motors is number one among the 500 largest companies in the United States and number two among the world's largest industrial companies. With 800,000 employees in the United States and around the world in 40 countries, the GM family produces a total of 9 million vehicles annually.

What is a GMC?

General Motors will make only truck models, and its sales organization will be combined with Buick and Pontiac in order to be fully operational. GMC also plans to sell its products in Europe. Although GMC models are derived from Chevrolet, GMC SUVs and pickups will be more noticeably different in appearance from the corresponding Chevy models. The Envoy is a versatile variant of the All-in-One Vanguard with the same 4.2L inline 6 engine.

The cars produced by General Motors Corporation typically show the characteristics of American cars, such as luxury, large size, comfortable interior, fast speed and large reserve power. And GM is particularly focused on quality and the adoption of new technologies. Therefore, GM's products have always enjoyed a high reputation in the hearts of users.