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A solid performer for GM, the GMC Terrain is poised to step up its game in the compact crossover segment with a host of new high-tech gadgets.

First among the list of additions is a new infotainment system that will include a touch-screen and integrate systems like smartphone connectivity and Bluetooth and will also allow for hands-free control. The new telematics system is likely to be called GMC MyLink.

But the technology download doesn't stop on there, the the Terrain set to get several impressive safety features, such as a blind spot alert system, a collision avoidance system and a lane departure system.

What isn't clear is if the Terrain's sister car, the Chevy Equinox, will also get these updates as well.

More: 2012 GMC Terrain to Get High-Tech Upgrades on AutoGuide.com
 

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The Terrain is already hightech i wonder what other upgrade they could put on it other than the minor things like touch screen and the new GMC myLink system.. all just minor upgrades..
 

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The terrain itself with all the upgrades and with the other packages and stuff,

But i agree the touch screen is a nice finishing touch to the over all package.
 

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GMC is General Motor's fastest growing brand, due in part to its popular crossover, the GMC Terrain, which attracts families that want the size and cargo capacity of a small SUV, but don't want or need third-row seating. To meet customer demand, it doubled production of the Terrain since 2010, and plans to lure more buyers away from competitors such as the Ford Edge--and even upsell current Chevrolet shoppers--by adding additional technology options and give consumers bigger bang for their buck.
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