GMC Introduces 2024 Canyon AT4X AEV Edition

GMC has added a new AEV Edition for the 2024 Canyon AT4X, the automaker announced.

First introduced on the 2023 GMC Sierra 1500, AEV Editions are now available across the GMC truck lineup, the company said.

The 2024 Canyon AT4X AEV Edition takes the power and versatility of the Canyon AT4X to new heights with an even more assertive stance, enhanced hardware and further upgrades to the vehicle chassis including:

  • 35-inch Goodyear Wrangler Territory MT tires with an additional AEV in-bed vertical spare tire mount
  • Updated front fascia and larger fender flares to enable wider tracks and 12.2-inch ground clearance
  • 5-inch (114mm) factory-installed lift — 1.5-inch (38mm) more than the Canyon AT4X
  • AEV stamped-steel front and rear bumpers with heavy duty recovery points and winch capable front bumper
  • Five hot-stamped boron steel skid plates (positioned along the radiator, steering gear, transmission and transfer case, fuel tank and rear differential)
  • The addition of three standard auxiliary control switches which enable the integration of off-road and overlanding accessories.
  • Exclusive AEV beadlock-capable Salta wheels
  • AEV branding across the vehicle, including on bumpers, embroidered head restraints and all-weather floor liners

“The GMC Canyon AT4X is an incredibly formidable platform when it comes to on- and off-road performance and capability,” said AEV CEO and founder Dave Harriton. “We took our signature approach to help elevate the Canyon AT4X’s inherent off-road capability to the next level. This truck checks a lot of boxes for any discerning overland enthusiast looking for luxury, technology and capability in a midsize platform.”

With a more assertive lift and new AEV hardware, the 2024 Canyon AT4X AEV Edition can now achieve a 38.2-degree front approach angle, a 26.9-degree breakover angle and an optimized 26.0-degree departure angle, GMC designers said. The bumpers feature integrated heavy-duty cast rear recovery points and front winch capability, while the rear bumper also features removable corners intended for easy removal and reinstallation when hitting the trails.

A.J. Hecht

A.J. Hecht is the managing editor of THE SHOP and host of the In Gear with THE SHOP podcast. Have an idea, a tip, or a question you’d like to see answered? Contact A.J. at ahecht@cahabamedia.com.

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