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As the leaked photos and videos about the production of the 2017 GMC Acadia series seem to appear in here and there – people get worry for the release date and the details changes of this car. This future model will be still using the same class vehicle, and that is the full-size crossover SUV. However, there is no clear announcement that the company makes to the platform. If we see the early generation of this variant – most of all use the same platform, and that is the GM Lambda Platform. The current series of this breed use the universal body construction. All experts and all well-experience engineers know that this body assist to lowering the center of gravity. Let just hope that this future model has better body construction technology than the current variant or at least use the same technology.
The designated GM engineers for this project has been working on delivering the best equipment changes for this future series. One of the coolest makeover located on the A and B pillars along with the roofline that appear in different outlook. Rumors stated that the transmission setting of this car will use the massive engine, switcher. Despite some different confusion, the best and reliable sources consider that this car will have the 9-speed transmission. As for the main engine, the estimation goes to the 3.6 liters of the LGX V6 engine with 4-cylinders. All unit of this car will have its turbocharged capability that can surprise us all with the performance at any road condition. Recent news announces that the engine type will be using only the gasoline version, and the diesel remain unknown.
At this time, the 2017 GMC Acadia still has not showed the real face due to the ongoing production that is still happening in its facilities. Most of the whole body now still wear the saggy black camouflage on some exterior part of the body. Therefore, the fullest appearances of this future edition remain unclear. There are some options that this car has on the wheel size where the standard size will be the 20 inches of aluminum wheel design.