GMC has teased their all-electric Sierra pickup in a short video.

The video gives a glimpse of the impending pickup’s unique front styling and lighting; a thin, white line surrounds the front “grille” and GMC logo, bookended by two hooked headlights.

The electric Sierra will only be available in the premium Denali trim. This is GMC’s third all-electric vehicle to be added to their lineup, following the HUMMER EV pickup and SUV.

“Sierra Denali holds tremendous equity for GMC and our customers,” said Duncan Aldred, GMC vice president. “We now have an opportunity to evolve Sierra’s capabilities and technologies, as afforded by transitioning to an all-electric propulsion while also elevating the luxurious design and comfort associated with Denali.”

The electric Sierra will be built on GMC’s Ultium platform, similarly to the HUMMER EV. The truck is expected to make a full reveal sometime next year, with production plans slated for GMC’s Factory ZERO Assembly Plant in Detroit and Hamtramck, Michigan.

This announcement follows Chevrolet's announcement of an all-electric Silverado, expected to make an appearance at CES 2022 in just a few weeks; Wednesday, January 5th, to be exact. The reveal will take place during the opening keynote delivered by General Motors Chair and CEO Mary Barra.

The Silverado will also be built on the Ultium battery platform, available in a variety of retail versions. Details remain widely unknown; however, Chevrolet has hinted at a GM-estimated range of more than 400 miles on a full charge, as well as Four-Wheel Steer capabilities.