GMC Truck first came into being between 1909 and 1912 when it was used on trucks developed by Rapid Motor Vehicle Company.
Since around 1920, the GMC’s trucks have been virtually identical, except for name, badging and trim, to trucks made by Chevrolet. GMC’s range of light and heavy duty vehicles allows dealerships who stock GM’s truck-less brands — currently Cadillac and Buick, but also previously Pontiac and Oldsmobile too — to have a full range of cars and trucks.
What does GMC stand for?
GMC is an abbreviation of General Motors Corporation or General Motors Company. At one stage the abbreviation was used to refer to the company internally, but now is used exclusively when referring to the company's North American truck brand.
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