2025 GMC Terrain Interior To Closely Resemble 2024 GMC Acadia’s

We’re several months away from the launch of two key General Motors vehicles – the 2025 Chevy Equinox and the 2025 GMC Terrain. The Equinox made its debut in late January, while the Terrain has yet to be revealed as of this writing. Now, MOTROLIX has some exclusive info to share about the Terrain’s interior.

Specifically, the next-gen 2025 GMC Terrain’s cockpit will take after that in the all-new 2024 GMC Acadia, MOTROLIX has learned from sources familiar with the product. The large, portrait-oriented display will serve as the center infotainment screen. It will include a built-in rotary volume dial toward the bottom of the display, while being accompanied by a row of physical switches to control the vehicle’s HVAC functions. The configuration will be nearly identical to that used in the all-new Acadia.

A photo of the 2024 GMC Acadia interior, which will influence that of the 2025 GMC Terrain.

The interior of the 2025 GMC Terrain will be heavily influenced by that of the 2024 GMC Acadia, pictured here

There will also be an inductive phone charge at the forward-most part of the center console, just below the aforementioned row of physical switches for the HVAC system. In regard to the center console, it will be configured with a “floating” motif, thereby enabling a storage space below it. These items are all very much the same as what we see in the 2024 Acadia.

Moving to what’s in front of the driver, there will be an all-new steering wheel, a digital gear selector on the right-hand side of the steering column, and a fully-digital instrument cluster / driver information center. All of these things are – you guessed it – very much the same as on the 2024 GMC Acadia. To that end, the next-gen Terrain’s cockpit will be entirely different from that of the 2025 Equinox.

Look for the 2025 GMC Terrain – which will mark the nameplate’s third generation – to debut in the coming months. It will join the overhauled 2024 Acadia, and a refreshed 2025 Yukon and Yukon XL in GMC’s updated utility vehicle portfolio.

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