As we learned on Tuesday night, the GMC Sierra HD 2020 is considerably less ugly than its twin brother in the Chevrolet, 2020 Silverado HD, and has more cameras aboard the crowd of a Justin Timberlake concert. Cameras are also fantastic, with one of them allowing the driver to see everything they are transferring. According to GMC, which has not yet published official numbers. That means the truck can have a huge trailer, and the GMC obviously wants drivers to see this from every angle – HD will have 15 camera views, including the "invisible" trailer.
The trailer's camera does not actually make it invisible because it would be too cool and we, as a human population, are not worthy of it. It's just a big optical illusion, which is displayed with a corner of a truck mounted on a trailer inside the rear door mount view.
This is a pretty cool look, though – like all our too filtered Instagram shots six years ago – the colors do not match completely.
Some of the other 14 cameras include top-of-the-line and side shots, truck bed angles and a camera view that can be mounted inside the truck in the event that you should check and see that there is still a random sink in the middle of the trailer, facing the wrong road and blocking the entire walking area. You just never know when this thing can change.
Shevy did not say much about his version of Sierra, the new Silverado HD – an abbreviation of "heavy duty," not a "nasty, dude," yet he must debut completely in February. Silverado usually has fewer technologies than the Sierra, but if there is somewhere close to the size of the camera, as this truck does, we can think well about future drivers.
What terrible vision you may need from 15 different angles. Let Silverado HD have mercy on all of us.