The GMC All Mountain Sierra 2.0 celebrates the partnership between GMC Canada and Whistler Blackcomb, one that dates back almost 30 years. The ski destination, located in British Columbia, commissioned GMC to build the vehicle as a way to reach the top of Flute Bowl, a remote location of the resort that isn’t accessible by ski lift. To scale those snow-blanketed heights, the vehicle packs a powerful 6.6L Duramax diesel engine, generating 445 horsepower and a staggering 910 lb-ft of torque. The list of modifications include a 12-inch lift kit and bolted-on 175 Series Mattracks, featuring an 18-inch wide rubber track with patented rubber torsion, an anti-torque system, and a concentric pivot suspension. There’s also just about every GM accessory available, including the SierraHD hood and chrome hood vent, Sierra Denali grille, hitch mounted ski rack, bicycle hitch mount, bed extender, tulle roof carrier, chrome fuel cap, GM Kicker subwoofer, fender flares and more. And for winter when daylight is scare, the truck has an extensive lighting system featuring lightbars, spotlights in almost every direction, and even a lighting system underneath that illuminates the channels it makes in the snow.